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Which of these is the best Undergraduate Business School..UMD(SMITH)BU(SMG)PITT,ETC..

vonjon86vonjon86 Registered User Posts: 34 Junior Member
edited October 2012 in College Admissions
I'm a junior and I really want to go a Business School in a city or an area near a city.
Which of these is the best for undergraduate business?
I don't care about the rankings just from experience or from what you have heard which is a great school from best to worse?
University of Maryland(Smith)Business school
Boston University(school of management)
George Washington University Business School
University of Pittsburgh(Katz)Business school
American University business school
Syracuse University business school
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Replies to: Which of these is the best Undergraduate Business School..UMD(SMITH)BU(SMG)PITT,ETC..

  • ReallypeopleReallypeople Registered User Posts: 131 Junior Member
    Wharton at UPenn is the best undergraduate business school and Notre Dame and CAL (U C Berkeley) are also excellent. Why are they not on your list?
  • NewhouseprogramNewhouseprogram Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Those schools are all somewhat similar academically, so that's why he/she probably doesn't have upenn and Berkeley there. Anyways, I am applying to the comm. school at Syracuse but I've also heard the business school is very good. But as far as a good city goes, nothing gets better than BU. it's a good school academically, and Boston is a great city. I lived there for a summer and took classes at northeastern and the great thing about Boston is you meet me people from all the different colleges when you go out.
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