Posted by: Francesca Di Meglio on March 25, 2009
Princeton Review recently revealed the results of its Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools survey, in which students rate their schools in six competencies – accounting, finance, general management, global management, marketing, and operations. The schools are not listed in a ranked, numerical order but are listed alphabetically in each category. The data used to compose the lists comes from The Princeton Review’s national survey of 19,000 current business students attending nearly 300 different programs.
Some of your favorite business schools made the lists. Wharton, Boston College, and Wake Forest were tops for accounting, Columbia, NYU Stern, and Cornell for finance, Stanford, INSEAD, and Harvard for general management, Georgetown, Texas-Austin, and Thunderbird for global management, Duke, Indiana, and Kellogg for marketing, and Purdue, Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and South Carolina for operations. You can see the complete list for each category at Entrepreneurs.com. Also, the complete survey results were used to produce the Best 296 Business Schools: 2009 Edition (Random House/Princeton Review, October 2008). Leave a comment to let us know if you agree with the lists and why or why not.