Princeton Review names Brandeis IBS a top business school

For the seventh consecutive year, the Princeton Review has named Brandeis International Business School (IBS) as one of the best business schools in North America.

Student feedback acknowledged the MBA program’s high academic rigor and invested faculty, noting that the professors at Brandeis IBS are “friendly, extremely smart, and concerned that we graduate with a great job.” Other input touched on the quality of peer-to-peer experiences at the school, identifying the student body as “diverse” and “collaborative.” One student noted the environment as an “excellent cultural mix” with “terrific exposure to other cultures.”

Graduate-level programs at Brandeis IBS have been consistently recognized by worldwide rankings publications, including The Economist and the Financial Times.

"We are pleased that the quality and dedication of our faculty, our community of talented and innovative students, and our global focus and multi-cultural environment has been recognized by the Princeton Review," said Brandeis IBS Dean Bruce Magid, P '15.

The Princeton Review released its 2015 edition of “The Best 296 Business Schools” on Oct. 7. The annual guide is compiled from a survey of more than 21,000 students at the selected schools, and asks them to rate and report on their experiences.

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