MBA students were pretty satisfied with the quality of their faculty according to the 2016 student survey from The Economist. Just .16 of a point separated top-rated Booth (4.86) and 15th-ranked Ross and IESE (4.70). It was a good year for Booth, which finished behind Darden and Fuqua (and tied with Kenan-Flagler) in 2015. Tepper made the biggest gain of 2016, as student satisfaction with faculty rose by .20. By the same token, UCLA Anderson experienced the biggest decline: a measly .12 of a point. Overall, students scored faculty above average, with the lowest score being a respectable 4.27 posted by the London Business (a .09 gain over 2015).