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Aspen Ranks Stanford MBA #1 for Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
Aspen Institute, September 21, 2011

New Ranking Spotlights Business Education that Works for the Planet
Huffington Post September 21, 2011

Forbes Ranks Stanford #2 for Return on Investment
Forbes Magazine, August 3, 2011

Stanford Tops Harvard in 2012 Best Business Schools Rankings
US News and World Report, March 16, 2011

Reinventing the MBA
US News and World Report, March 16, 2011

Financial Times Global Ranking
Financial Times, January 31, 2011
FT ranks Stanford MBA #4, same as last year.

Bloomberg Businessweek Ranks Stanford MBA #5
Bloomberg Businessweek November 11, 2010
Stanford’s 2010 ranking moves up from #6 in the biennial survey.

Forbes: Farm Grads Most Satisfied
Stanford Daily, January 27, 2010

The Most Satisfied MBAs
Forbes, January 11, 2010.
Stanford alumni rate their jobs and B-School the best when it comes to post-graduate satisfaction.

Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2010
FT ranks Stanford #4, up from #6. Stanford alumni three years out report the highest salaries.  

Financial Times Top Schools by Subject 2010
Stanford ranks #2 in entrepreneurship, #9 in general management, as polled by alumni from all schools.

Businessweek 2009 Executive Education Rankings
BW ranks Stanford #3 in non-degree Open enrollment programs and #17 in Custom programs.

Stanford Ranks 7th in Economist’s Eighth Annual MBA Ranking
Economist Oct 2009

MBA Salaries
Economist Oct 15, 2009

Forbes Ranks Stanford #1 MBA program in 2009 Best US Business Schools
The biennial ranking measures return on investment.  
Forbes Magazine August 5, 2009

Poder 360 Places Stanford as #1 Business School for Hispanics
Ranking was based on academic quality, selectivity, minority student enrollment, international curricula, and the availability of minority scholarships, professional business organizations, and multicultural student associations.
Poder 360 Magazine August 4, 2009

Financial Times Ranks Stanford MBA #6 Global, #4 U.S. in 2009
Financial Times, Jan. 26, 2009

Financial Times Ranks Stanford #10 in Executive Education
Financial Times, May 12, 2008

Financial Times Ranks Stanford MBA Program #4PDF
Financial Times, Jan. 2008
The Financial Times ranked Stanford #4 in the 2008 Global MBA ranking of MBA programs, compared to #3 last year. The ranking is based on a poll of alumni from the class of 2004, school data, and a research citation search. Stanford alumni reported the highest average salaries among all participating alumni.

The Best U.S. B-Schools of 2008
Businessweek, November 24, 2008
Businessweek Pegs Stanford #6 in its biennial ranking, same as 2006.

Economist Intelligence Unit–Which MBA Ranks Stanford MBA Program #4
EIU, October, 2008

Aspen Institute Ranks Stanford #1 in Social and Environmental Responsibility
Aspen Institute, October 10, 2007
Stanford tops the list of schools that best integrate social responsibility and environmental sustainability into their curriculums. This is the second time Stanford has ranked #1 in the field.

Top 10 Business Schools for Hispanic Students
Hispanic Business, September 2008
Stanford Ranks #2 in this survey.

Businessweek Ranks Stanford Executive Education in 2007
Biennial magazine survey ranks Open enrollment programs #4 and Custom programs #14.

EIU Ranking 2007: Pursuing Your MBA, September 28, 2007
The Economist Intelligence Unit ranks Stanford #2, up from #3, in their annual MBA ranking. As an industry trend, student career interests are rapidly diversifying with students going into more industries than ever before, not just banking and consulting.

Wall Street Journal Ranks Stanford Business School #19 in 2007
Wall Street Journal, September 17, 2007
The annual recruiter poll also pegged Stanford #1 in Innovation Leaders, the school producing the most creative and innovative graduates.

Forbes Best Business Schools
Forbes, September 3, 2007
Stanford ranks #2, up from #6 in 2005. This “return on investment” survey looks at MBA compensation five years after graduation minus tuition and forgone salary during school. Data is based on a survey of 2002 MBA alumni.

Financial Time Business School Rankings
Financial Times, January 29, 2007 (subscription required to access full article)
Stanford Graduate School of Business ranks #3 in both the global ranking and the US ranking. This is the same as last year and up from #4 in 2005 and #7 in 2004.

The Best B-Schools of 2006
BusinessWeek, October 23, 2006
Stanford ranks #6 in this biennial ranking. Stanford MBAs enjoy the highest job offer rate (99.3%) among the schools and, with MIT grads, the highest salaries after graduation ($110,000).

Top of the Class
The Economist, October 12, 2006
The Economist Intelligence Unit ranks Stanford #3 in 2006, up from #4. It also ranks Stanford in several categories: #4 in open new career opportunities and #5 in personal development and educational experience.

Princeton Review Lists Stanford #1 for Best Career Prospects
Princeton Review, October 2006  (free registration required to access full article)
In its annual Best Business Schools 2007 book, Princeton Review names Stanford one of the best in a number of category lists. Stanford tops the list for best career prospects.

Top Graduate Schools for Hispanics
Hispanic Business, September 2006
Stanford ranks #1 in this survey, as it did last year.

The Best Business Schools
Wall Street Journal, September 2006
A poll by the Wall Street Journal and Harris Interactive ranked Stanford #18 in its 2006 list of U.S. business schools.

Permanent Innovation
America Economia
, August 2006
Stanford ranks #1, up from #2 last year, among global business schools in America Economia, a Spanish-language business magazine that circulates throughout Latin America. English-language translation PDF

2006 Best Global MBAs for Mexicans
Expansion, August 2006
Expansion, a Mexican business magazine, rated Stanford #1 in a ranking published for the first time this year. English-language translation PDF

Executive Education: Research Is Back on the Menu
Financial Times, May 15, 2006
The Financial Times ranks Stanford Business School #3 in executive education in its 8th annual ranking. In two sub-categories, the School ranked #3 in open enrollment short courses and #4 in custom programs.

Schools Benefit as MBA Returns to Favour
Financial Times, January 30, 2006
The 2006 Financial Times ranking pegs Stanford Graduate School of Business at #3 in both its global and US rankings, up from #4 last year. The survey is based on information gathered from alumni who graduated three years ago and data provided by the school. The lead story says enrollments and recruitment are rising as the market grows more international. A student diary story in the feature package is penned by Stanford Business School student Hamish Fraser.

2005 Exec Ed Rankings
BusinessWeek, October 24, 2005
In open enrollment, Stanford ranks #4, up from 6. In custom programs, Stanford ranks #9, up from 13. The issue also includes a survey of EMBA (Executive MBA) programs, which Stanford does not offer.

The Year of Listing Differently
The Economist, September 23, 2005
The Economist Intelligence Unit, a sister company of the Economist magazine, ranked Stanford #4, down from #2, in its annual business school ranking. Harvard and Wharton are not listed due to noncooperation.

Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Schools
Wall Street Journal, September 21, 2005
After two years out of the top spot, Dartmouth's Tuck School is No. 1 again. Stanford Graduate School of Business is ranked 15th.

Top Graduate Schools for Hispanics
Hispanic Business Magazine, September 2005
Stanford  ranks 1st in business.

AmericaEconomia Ranks Stanford #2 PDF
AmericaEconomia, August 19, 2005
This Latin American business magazine rated Stanford #2, up from #3, in its annual Spanish-language ranking. The ranking is based on a survey of business school faculty, Latin American businessmen, and school data.

Stanford Ranks #4 in Financial Times 2005 Ranking: 'Lost Year' Class Comes Up Trumps
Financial Times, January 24, 2005
Stanford ranks #4, up from #7 in the Financial Times global ranking. In the US-only ranking, Stanford ranks #4 up from #5.

Stanford Ranks #2 in Financial Times Executive Education Ranking
Financial Times, May 16, 2005 (registration required to access full article)
Stanford ranks #8 in Open programs (up from #10) and #4 in Custom (up from #8).

The Best B-Schools of 2004
BusinessWeek Magazine, October 7, 2004 (subscription required to access full article)
Stanford placed #4 in this biannual ranking of business schools, the same as in 2002. The ranking is based on the opinions of students (45%), recruiters (45%), and a survey of the intellectual capital generated by faculty research and publishing (10%).

EIU 2004 Business School Ranking
Economist Intelligence Unit, October 6, 2004
The EIU, a research arm of the British company that publishes the Economist ranked Stanford #2 in its 2004 international schools rating, up from 3 in last year's ranking.

Wall Street Journal Guide To Business Schools
Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2004
Recruiter poll ranks Stanford #10 nationally and internationally; in "academic excellence" Stanford ranks #1 in entrepreneurship, #2 in strategy.

Best Business School Rankings
The Princeton Review, September 21, 2004 (registration required to access full article)
Students rate Stanford #1 in overall academic experience.

Insider's Guide to Business Schools
Business 2.0 September 2004
Profile calls Stanford first rate, small, and hard to get into.

In a Class of their Own
Hispanic Business, September 2004
Magazine ranks Stanford #1