2011 Rankings: BW’s Best Undergraduate Business Schools

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7. Villanova (20)

2. UVA McIntire (2)

BusinessWeek‘s 2011 ranking report reveals that more than ever, college applicants are seeking a global experience, especially those who plan on pursuing an undergraduate degree in business. Undergraduate business programs are responding by creating more immersion options, overseas internships, and business-related study abroad opportunities. Some schools are even offering business courses that require students to go abroad. Many schools are implementing international experience requirements, maintaining that global exposure is essential in today’s market.

For more information on methodology, please see BW‘s article, “How We Ranked the Schools.”

13. UC Berkeley Haas (6)

14. Washington Olin (13)

For example, Notre Dame Mendoza, BW‘s top pick for the second year in a row, offers study abroad options in Haiti, Egypt, and South Africa, among many other places, and encourages students to pursue business research projects abroad as well.

3. Emory Goizueta (7)

1. Notre Dame Mendoza (1)

20. Babson (17)

17. Texas McCombs (10)

5. Cornell (5)

9. MIT Sloan (3)

16. Boston College Carroll (9)

6. Michigan Ross (8)

15. NYU Stern (12)

19. Wake Forest (18)

You’ll notice there were quite a few significant shifts this year. Three new schools made it into the top 10—Villanova, UNC Kenan-Flagler, and Georgetown McDonough—ousting UC Berkeley Haas, Boston College, and Texas McCombs from their top 10 positions of last year. The only school new to the top 20 list this year is Georgetown, taking a slot away from Miami Farmer.

18. Indiana Kelley (19)

8. UNC Kenan-Flagler (14)

4. UPenn Wharton (4)

Top 20 Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2011 (Last year’s position is in parentheses.)

Below we have posted BW‘s top 20 undergraduate business schools.

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11. Brigham Young Marriott (11)

12. Richmond Robins (15)

10. Georgetown McDonough (23)

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