UM-Dearborn College of Business named a best business school by The Princeton Review
The publication has recognized COB in its annual rankings for 10 consecutive years.
The University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business is an outstanding business school, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company included the college in its annual business school rankings for the 10th consecutive year.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by The Princeton Review as a top business school for the tenth consecutive year,” said Raju Balakrishnan, dean of the college. “Over the last ten years we have delivered innovative curricula and experiential opportunities to prepare students for the ever-changing marketplace. These rankings not only serve as testament to the quality of our students, faculty and staff, but also to our mission of being a leading educational institution in Michigan.”
The Princeton Review’s business school profiles have sections on academics, student life, admissions information and graduates' employment data. The profiles also have five categories of ratings that The Princeton Review tallies based on institutional data it collected during the 2017-18 academic year and/or its on-campus MBA student survey. Rating categories are: Academic Experience, Admissions Selectivity, Career, Professors — Interesting, and Professors — Accessible.
The Princeton Review's on-campus MBA survey asked students at the 252 b-schools about their school's academics, student body, and campus life as well as about themselves and their career plans.
According to Robert Franek, Princeton Review editor-in-chief, "We recommend the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Business as one of the best to earn an MBA. We chose the 252 on-campus MBA programs schools on this list based on our high regard for their academics and our assessment of institutional data we collect from the schools. We also solicited and greatly respect the opinions of 18,400 students attending these schools who reported on their experiences at their schools on our 80-question student survey."