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Penn State Smeal MBA Improves in 2012 Bloomberg Businessweek Rankings

The Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program was one of the biggest positive movers in Bloomberg Businessweek’s most recent bi-annual ranking of full-time MBAs, improving by six places to No. 38 overall and No. 14 among public business schools.
November 16, 2012

The Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program was one of the biggest positive movers in Bloomberg Businessweek’s most recent bi-annual ranking of full-time MBAs, improving by six places to No. 38 overall and No. 14 among public business schools.

The magazine’s survey of corporate recruiters and graduating students also earned Smeal “A” grades for its teaching quality and career services.

“Our focus at Smeal has been to create an MBA experience that reflects the needs of the business world and provides the educational environment and resources for our students to thrive in it,” said Managing Director Carrie Marcinkevage. “It is gratifying to be recognized for the advancements we have made even as we work to further strengthen the program.”

Bloomberg Businessweek is one of several media outlets along with The Economist, Financial Times, Forbes, and U.S. News & World Report that ranks the Smeal MBA Program among the best in the world. Applications for Fall 2013 are now being accepted, with deadlines on January 11 and April 12.

For more information about the Smeal MBA Program, including complete application instructions, visit www.smeal.psu.edu/mba.

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