For the second year in a row, the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business beat the likes of Wharton and Stern to land at the top of Bloomberg Businessweek's list of best undergraduate business schools.
To compile their rankings, Businessweek asked approximately 28,000 students from 113 institutions to describe their experiences, as well as 246 recruiters to identify institutions that provide the best new hires and have the most innovative programs. Businessweek used these responses, as well as those from previous years, to rate the schools according to student satisfaction, post-grad starting salary, academic quality and more.
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