The University of Northern Iowa is an outstanding business school for the ninth consecutive year, according to The Princeton Review.
The Princeton Review, known for its widely followed college rankings in dozens of categories based on student ratings, features UNI‘s College of Business Administration in the just-published 2015 edition of "The Best 296 Business Schools" (Random House/Princeton Review, published Oct. 7, 2014).
Professor Farzad Mousavi, of UNI's College of Business Administration, said, "It is gratifying to receive continued recognition from The Princeton Review, which is internationally respected for its independence and relies heavily on current students‘ opinions. What The Princeton Review finds so appealing -- high quality of instruction and strong student orientation -- defines the academic philosophy of the entire college."
"The Best 296 Business Schools: 2015 Edition" has two-page profiles of the schools with write-ups on their academics, student life and admissions, plus ratings for their academics, selectivity and career placement services. In the profile on UNI, the Princeton Review editors say, "UNI is well known and their students are well received as potential employees."
One student told The Princeton Review that the University of Northern Iowa offers a "practical business curriculum that can be directly applied to the business world." Another said, "It is a highly interactive atmosphere with professors who want you to [learn]." Said another, "Administrative staff [is] wonderful here; they go above and beyond limits to help you with any kind of issue."
In addition to this recognition from The Princeton Review, the UNI College of Business Administration is accredited by AACSB International, is among the The Military Times‘ Best for Vets: Business Schools rankings and has earned a U.S. News & World Report‘s best part-time MBA ranking.
The above content is taken directly from UNIBusiness News at http://business.uni.edu/web/pages/news.cfm?ID=1291
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