"The rankings are not objective measures of educational quality that apply across the board to all students. Nothing fits that bill. Educational quality is highly subjective, and experts debate it endlessly. Moreover, student objectives vary so “quality” differs from student to student. For example, a female student interested in strategy consulting wants to attend a business school with a strong women’s network. She is interested in the surveys conducted by US News and BusinessWeek on leading schools in general management. In addition, The Financial Times allows her to rank schools based on the percentage of women in class and on faculty..."
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