Business Week: Best Public B-Schools Are Virginia, Michigan, UT Austin, North Carolina

The annual Bloomberg Business Week Best Undergraduate Business Schools report is out, and the business schools at the universities of Virginia, Michigan, Texas, and North Carolina are all in the top ten, based on student satisfaction, employer opinion, placement rates, and salary.

Bloomberg/Business Week survey 145 schools and 519 leading employers, along with 85,000 graduating seniors.  The response rates exceeded 32 percent in all categories.

The metrics also included the percentage of graduates pursuing MBA degrees, SAT scores, and class size.

The public university business schools ranked in the top 50 are listed below, with their national ranking among all schools public and private preceding the name of the university:

2–Virginia

8–Michigan

9–UT Austin

10–North Carolina

11–UC Berkeley

13–Indiana

21–Illinois

22–Miami of Ohio

26–Penn State

27–William & Mary

29–James Madison

32–Wisconsin

33–Texas A&M

34–Ohio State

37–Florida

39–Minnesota

41–Georgia Tech

43–Michigan State

44–Georgia

45–Massachusetts Amherst

48–Washington

50–Arizona

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