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McCombs Hits Six Top 10 Lists in Princeton Review's 2018 Rankings

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The McCombs School of Business is among the top 10 in six separate categories in the Princeton Review's 2018 ranking of the 267 best business schools.

The school's performance earned it the greatest number of ranking accolades for McCombs over the past decade in this annual survey of MBA students.

Best Campus Environment: No. 3

How happy students are and how they rate the town the school is located in and the campus community; the availability of school clubs and activities and level of participation from fellow students

Best MBA for Nonprofits: No. 5

The percent of graduates going into nonprofit work and their starting salaries; student assessment of how well their school is preparing them for a nonprofit career

Best Professors: No. 6

Students assess how good their professors are as teachers and how accessible they are outside the classroom

Best MBA for Marketing: No. 6

The percent of graduates going into marketing and their starting salaries; student assessment of how well their school is preparing them for a marketing career

Greatest Resources for Women: No. 9

The percent of students and faculty who are women; student assessment of resources for female students, whether the school offers coursework for female entrepreneurs, and whether case study materials for classes proportionately reflect women in business

Best Classroom Experience: No. 10

Student assessment of their professors' teaching abilities and recognition in their fields, the integration of new business trends and practices in the curricula, the intellectual level of their classmates' contributions in course discussions, and whether the business school is meeting their academic expectations

The ranking tallied 23,000 student survey responses across 267 schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The 80-question survey asked students to rate their schools on several topics and report on their experiences. Some ranking lists also factored in school-reported data.

Complete details can be found on Princeton Review's methodology page.

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