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Rankings 2010

For the second year in a row, Brandeis IBS is one of 15 business schools nationwide named to The Princeton Review’s “Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools”

March 23, 2010

Brandeis International Business School (IBS) was one of 15 graduate schools of business named nationwide in The Princeton Review’s 2nd annual “Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools” list. Brandeis IBS was recognized in two categories for the second year in a row:  Finance and Global Management.  Results appear in the April 2010 issue of Entrepreneur magazine (click here for top finance schools and here for top global management schools). 

“B-schools are more creative than ever at finding ways to bridge the gap between academia and business,” says Amy Cosper, vice president and editor in chief of Entrepreneur.

“It is remarkable that our School has gained such a reputation among thousands of business students on such a consistent basis,” said Bruce Magid, dean of Brandeis IBS.  “To recognize IBS for the second year in a row in the areas of Finance and Global Management speaks to our academic program being both rigorous and relevant to these challenging economic times,” he continued.

The Princeton Review, a prestigious education services company, created the “Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools” to give a voice to those they appealed to: students.  Compiling the lists using data from its national survey of 19,000 MBA students around the country, the list is based on students’ assessments of how well they felt their business school courses had prepared them to succeed in six areas: Accounting, Finance, General Management, Global Management, Marketing, and Operations.