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It got a bit easier to get into a top business school last year

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Still not exactly an easy degree to get.
By Max Nisen
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

A better economy and the booming tech industry may be making people a bit less inclined to go to business school. According to data released by US News and crunched by Poets & Quants, nearly all of the top ten business schools in the country were less selective last year. Only Harvard was tougher to get into than it was in 2013, and only very slightly so:

This may reflect in part the fact that five out of the 10 schools saw applications decline, pretty substantially in some cases:

But that doesn’t mean getting in is easy, exactly. These are still among the toughest institutions in the country to get into. Here are the 15 schools with the lowest admissions rates last year:

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