Turning Business Students Into ‘Business Adventurers’

Why a Purdue professor has dedicated his curriculum to a village in Thailand


The Magical Lure Of The West Coast

More business schools are providing undergrads with experiences on the West Coast

Anant Agarwal, CEO of edX, the non-profit learning organization

A Novel Way To Spend Your Freshman Year Off Campus

Arizona State University and edX announce an inexpensive, risk-free way to get a freshman year's worth of courses under your belt online

John Reich (left), a senior at the Carlson School of Management, was on a consulting project last year with Luke Wilcox, now a second-year MBA

When Undergrads Mingle & Work With MBAs

More business schools are leveraging their MBA talent in undergraduate business programs

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‘My Business School Professor Is Arrogant, Rude & Disrespectful’

The worst (and best) things students say about their business school professors


Exclusive Insights

Dean’s Q&A: David Platt of University of Texas

David Platt of UT-Austin

With more than 7,100 applicants to its undergraduate business program, UT has seen an explosion in interest among students who want to study at McCombs

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Dean’s Q&A: Steven Malter of Washington University

Steven Malter of Washington University's Olin School

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Have A College Admissions Question? — Fire Away

Rachel Korn will answer any and all of your admission questions for free

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Have A Question About The SAT? Ask Chris.

The SAT exam can be difficult for many. Chris will answer all your questions on how to prep for it and achieve your highest possible score

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Is a College Degree Worth The Money?

Wharton prof warns on costs, job market

Haas Students Work on ‘Smarter’ Cities

Biz students advise leaders on urban solutions

Grads Earn More When They Negotiate

Women’s income limited by lack of confidence

Ventures Compete At Babson College

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Back of the Envelope

Highest SAT Scores

Washington (Olin)1480
Penn (Wharton)1466
NYU (Stern)1441
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)1435
Notre Dame (Mendoza)1419
Cornell (Dyson)1414
SMU (Cox)1414
Georgetown (McDonough)1395
Berkeley (Haas)1394
USC (Marshall)1392

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