Rollins MBA Featured in the Princeton Review's "The Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 Edition"

The Rollins MBA at the Crummer Graduate School of Business today announced that the university has just been included in the Princeton Review’s “Best 294 Business Schools” book for 2012. The education services company features the school in the new 2012 edition of its book, released by Random House / Princeton Review, on sale date October 11, 2011, $22.99 each.

The ranking tallies factor in data from The Princeton Review's surveys of business school students during the 2010-11, 2009-10, and 2008-09 academic years. The 80-question survey asked students about their school's academics, student body and campus life, themselves, and their career plans. The books' school profiles report on admission, academics, financial aid, campus life, and career information and include comments from students surveyed at the schools.

“Having Rollins MBA included in the Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools book is just another example of how our program continues to be recognized on a national level,” said Craig McAllaster, dean of the Rollins MBA. “We strive to provide our students with cutting-edge MBA programs and to be acknowledged by Princeton Review again is truly a success for Rollins.”

"The Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 Edition" has full-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 Rollins MBA, the Princeton Review editors quote students by saying: “Rollins not only enjoys a fantastic reputation as the number one business school in the state of Florida, but it also offers its students exceptional international business opportunities and experiences, in addition to a world-class faculty." With a "high level of post-graduate job placement and a great reputation," students say "The education and networking opportunities at Rollins cannot be matched for a young, ambitious future business leader." 

The Princeton Review does not create overall, hierarchical rankings of the law or business schools in these books. "Each school in our books offers outstanding academics: there is no single law or business school that is 'best'," said Robert Franek, Senior VP / Publisher, The Princeton Review. "We produce rankings in multiple categories and comprehensive profiles of the schools to give applicants a more substantive base to decide which law or business school will be uniquely best for them." The full list is available at www.PrincetonReview.com.