XU's MBA program will be featured in the Princeton Review's new 2012 edition of its book, "The Best 294 Business Schools".
"The Williams College of Business is honored to be in the Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 edition," says Assistant Dean for MBA Programs Jennifer Bush. "What makes this honor so unique is the use of student feedback. When students say the Xavier MBA provides them a "holistic view of the business world" and that "the practical experience and engagement in case studies [the program provides]" has enhanced their critical business thinking and allowed them to become a better thinker and leader, then we know our educational mission of providing a better MBA for a better world is being accomplished."
The profile on the Williams College of Business The Princeton Review editors describes the school as: "Xavier University's practical MBA programs have a very strong reputation among the business community in Cincinnati, and across the Midwest." They quote from students attending the Xavier MBA programs who say ""You get a closer relationship with your classmates and faculty. These stronger relationships allow for an abundance of networking opportunities."
The Princeton book does not rank the schools 1 through 294 but rather has 11 ranking lists of the top 10 business schools in various categories. The lists are based off of a survey of 19,000 students.