students at job fair

How The Best Undergrad Programs Prep Students For The Job Market

Business schools stand alone in doing the best job of connecting students with jobs -- here's how some of the best do it.

Undergraduate students at The Wharton School

The Numbers Behind A World Class Undergraduate Career Office

The typical Wharton undergrad had 12.3 interviews in 2014 and 2.4 job offers -- Starting salary? $69,506


Harvard’s Online Biz Program For Undergrads Goes Global

The school expects as many as 3,000 students to enroll for the June intake of its 11-week-long program of three courses in business basics

Prospective students and parents at Kelley's Direct Admit Day

What Parents Need To Know To Help A Child Select A College

If you're about to send off a son or daughter to college, keeps these factors in mind

Undergraduate students at The Wharton School

Business Majors: The Degree That Gets You A Job

Impressive starting salaries and placement rates for Class of 2014 business majors at top schools


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

A former recruiter for Ernst & Young, Malter is focused on curriculum innovation and recruitment

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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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The Best Companies For Internships

Google, Facebook & Chevron among favorites

Stern Gets Big Gift For Low-Income Students

$5.75 million for 10 new scholarships a year

Admission Error Could Occur Anywhere

Carnegie Mellon congratulates the rejected

Freshmen: Sexes Differ on Career Goals

Partying and drinking plummeting: new survey

Thunderbird’s New Undergrad Program

An international-focused four-year degree

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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