The Best 296 Business Schools, 2013 Edition
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The Princeton Review surveyed over 19,000 students to collect the information in the 2013 edition of the Best 296 Business Schools.This book gives you survey-driven profiles of the nation's top 296 business schools as well as detailed statistical information on additional programs accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). TheBest 296 Business Schools also provides answers to all of the practical questions you should ask when applying to business school, including:
• What are the school's areas of specialization?
• What is the breakdown of student demographics, including years of work experience?
• Which companies are recruiting graduates?
• What kind of salaries are graduates making?
You'll also get an easy-to-reference snapshot of each school's admissions criteria, deadlines, telephone numbers, tuition figures, addresses, and other key information.
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AACSB Academic calendar Semester Academic Experience Rating ACADEMICS Academic Experience acceptees attending ADMISSIONS Admissions Selectivity Admissions Selectivity Rating admissions Ves Need-blind Affiliation Academic calendar age at entry applicants accepted application policy applications received Atﬁliation No Affiliation available Yes Maximum Average age Average award package Average GMAT business school calendar Semester SURVEY campus Career and Placement experience at entry FACTS Annual tuition FINANCIAL FACTS Annual full-time GMAT score Grads INFORMATION Type international students Yes Joint Degrees KPMG MBA program MBA students Minimum TOEFL paper/computer Need-blind admissions Yes network Solid Non-tall admissions parent institution professional professors Profs accessible rating Profs interesting rating Prominent Alumni Range 01 GMAT Regular application deadline required 01 international Semester SURVEY SAYS Solid preparation Student/faculty ratio STUDENTS Enrollment students receiving aid students Yes Minimum TOEFL required Transler students accepted undergraduate underrepresented minority Yes Maximum length Yes Minimum TOEFL Yes Need-blind admissions