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In the report “Becoming a CEO: The Ultimate MBA Dream and its Possibilities [see story],” Rutgers Business School was recognized as one of the “Top 10 U.S. B-schools with the most number of CEOs in Fortune 500 firms.” Rutgers tied Dartmouth and joined Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, Kellogg, and Columbia, as well as other top public business schools, Kelley, Ross, and Darden, on the list.   

The following is the list of the top 10 U.S. B-schools with the most number of CEOs in Fortune 500 firms [see story].

Sr. No.

Business School


Number of CEOs in Fortune 500 Companies


Harvard Business School

Harvard University



Wharton School

University of Pennsylvania



Stanford Graduate School of Business

Stanford University



Kellogg School of Business

Northwestern University



Kelley School of Business

Indiana University



Ross School of Business, Ann Arbor

University of Michigan



Columbia Business School

Columbia University



Dardan School of Business

University of Virginia



Rutgers Business School

Rutgers University



Tuck School of Business

Dartmouth College


In another report [see report] conducted by College Transitions, Rutgers was recognized as one of the top feeder schools in the U.S. for jobs on Wall Street. Public business schools that were recognized included U. MichiganUC BerkeleyUT-AustinUCLAUVAUNC, and Rutgers! The survey showed that Goldman Sachs was the top destination for Rutgers graduates on Wall Street. The report stated, “Teens aiming to one day work at a major bank or investment firm often wonder which undergraduate colleges and universities will best aid this professional quest. This is, after all, a field where the most reputable players often draw from a small pool of elite schools, and where tapping into one’s alumni network can prove critical to landing the most desired jobs. As expected, Penn, Columbia, and a few other “usual suspects” grant nearly unparalleled access to Wall Street; however, there are some surprising schools that send impressive numbers of grads to the top investment houses each year, including many smaller liberal arts schools.

Building a strong public business school takes a tremendous amount of hard work and effort from many people over many years. We are very proud of the determination and dedication of our faculty and staff members to prepare our talented and diverse students for their dream jobs and career potential.




Dr. Lei Lei, Dean

Rutgers Business School

Newark and New Brunswick Campuses

Rutgers University

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