Stanford Graduate School of Business

Stanford, Kalifornien, USA

Established in 1925, the Stanford Graduate School of business is among the foremost business schools in the world, and it has the lowest acceptance rate among MBA programs in the United States. The acceptance rate is currently less than seven percent. It also has the highest GMAT score of all schools with the average GMAT of 732 in 2013. The Stanford Graduate School of Business is located in Stanford, California, and it is tied in rankings as the top business school in the country with the Harvard Business School and the Wharton School. The school's strategic location next to Silicon Valley enables it to maintain relationships with venture capitalists and business professionals for funding purposes and for the benefit of its students interested in networking.

Notable alumni include Joe Coulombe (Founder of Trader Joe’s), Phil Knight (Founder of Nike), Nolan Bushnell (Founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese’s), and John Browne (Chief executive of BP).

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