Business school ranks 17th in national survey

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September 18, 2007

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In a recent WSJ/Harris Interactive survey, the College’s Mason School of Business ranked 17th regionally. The survey asked various business leaders to rank each school on 21 different attributes. Characteristics considered include a business’s future plans to recruit at various business schools and the number of business leaders who said they had recruited at the school recently. Last year, the College also ranked 17th.

p. The survey also consisted of a national ranking and an international ranking. The ESADE academic institution in Spain received first place internationally while the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College received the same honor nationally. The Marriott School at Brigham Young University received the first place rank for regional standings.

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