曾有内部人士开玩笑说，加州大学伯克利分校（UC Berkeley）的哈斯商学院（Haas School）是嬉皮士们的商学院。这虽然是一句戏言，却用一种戏谑的方式表明，哈斯商学院是最难进的商学院之一。如果你对科技、创业和创新感兴趣，哈斯商学院是攻读MBA最优秀的商学院之一。
10. UC Berkeley - Haas
• Index: 92.0
The insiders joke that Berkeley's Haas School is the business school for hippies. That's never been the case, but it's a quaint way to refer to one of the hardest schools in the world to get into. If you're interested in tech, entrepreneurship, and innovation, Haas is one of the best schools in the world to get an MBA.
The highly selective program, which enrolls a small class of 240 full-time MBAs each fall, is anchored by 12 required courses that promote a general management perspective and provide a framework for the more specific courses that follow. The first year of the program is divided into four quarters. The core curriculum is rooted in business fundamentals, including marketing, finance, and accounting.
Two years ago, the school made significant curriculum changes to focus more on leadership. In the overhaul, a pair of existing core courses, Leading People and Leadership Communications, had been restructured to offer additional leadership skills, such as the ability to influence others. And a new course called "Problem Finding, Problem Solving" was added to the core to address what the school considers "underlying skill sets that are missing in a typical MBA education."
Poets&Quants' composite ranking combines the five most influential business school rankings in the world: Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Economist, The Financial Times, Forbes, and U.S. News & World Report. Each ranking is weighted to account for their authority and credibility. BusinessWeek, Forbes, and U.S. News lists are given a weight of 25% each, while the FT is given a 15% weight, and The Economist is given a 10% weight.