Notre Dame Undergraduate Business School

Notre Dame Business School ranks No. 1 for second year in a row

BusinessWeek rankingThe University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business ranked No. 1 for the second year in a row in Bloomberg Businessweek’s sixth annual survey of “The Best Undergraduate Business Schools.” The ranking was announced today (March 3).

“Our students, faculty and staff pour their hearts into everything they do here at Notre Dame, ” said Carolyn Y. Woo, the Martin J. Gillen Dean of the Mendoza College. “We appreciate the ranking as a reflection of not just academic excellence, but also our particular mission of educating students to think about the big picture and how they might use business to impact the greater good.”

The Mendoza College’s top ranking was due in large part to the school’s 98 percent job placement rate three months after graduation and student satisfaction that’s higher than any other school in the rankings, according to the Bloomberg Businessweek website.Mendoza College of Business Additionally, Mendoza’s business program has also focused on the demand for global exposure and experience by offering study abroad programs, and students are encouraged to take on a business-related research project while away from South Bend.

“We’ve seen one common theme in our 2011 rankings: prospective students are increasingly seeking undergraduate business school programs that provide international experience, " said Josh Tyrangiel, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek. “This year’s rankings reflect programs that have undertaken efforts to answer the call from students by enhancing their international curriculum.”

Notre Dame also earned the No. 1 spot in the student satisfaction ranking, and “A+” in teaching quality, facilities and services, and job placement. The school placed third in the recruiter ranking across a three-year average.

Rounding out the top five were University of Virginia (McIntire), Emory (Goizueta), University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), and Cornell University (Dyson).

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Still not clear

by Coppernob

Would you be going as an undergraduate for the three years? If so have you or are you taking GCSE's?
Or is this an exchange program.
Or is it at a Master's Level?
If you want an MBA then forget Oxford or Cambridge but look into London Business School, or London School of Economics or Cranfiels or Manchester Business School. They are all better.

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