8) The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
- Tuition fees: US$144,000
- Percentage of female students: 42 percent
- Percentage of international students: 30 percent
- Students in class: 591
The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business’ 21-month program scored highly for employability but fell short of the rest of the global top 10 for diversity. Booth’s MBA prides itself on its flexible curriculum, and with only one compulsory course in Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD), students are free to design the program to fit their career goals. Available electives cover 13 concentrations, including business analytics, operations management and economics.