These schools received an average of 12,194 applications for the fall 2015 entering class.
These business schools accepted an average of 85 percent of applicants in fall 2015, U.S. News data show.
The average out-of-state financial aid among these 10 schools is nearly $30,000.
At these 10 schools in New York, Massachusetts and California, students pay an average of $15,966, U.S. News data show.
The average out-of-state tuition and fees among these 10 schools is nearly $40,000.
The average owed by indebted graduates of eight schools was more than $100,000, according to U.S. News data.
The average number of applications at these schools for fall 2015 was more than 5,500.
The top online MBA programs had lower average student enrollment than the top in-person, part-time programs, U.S. News data show.