The Top 20 Business Schools Most Popular With International Students


11. University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business

3670 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California

International Students: 22%
Undergraduate Business Enrollment: 3,825
University Acceptance Rate: 20%
SAT Average Score: 1392
Poets&Quants 2014 Rank: 14

The undergraduate degree program in Business Administration at the USC Marshall School of Business allows students to combine in-depth knowledge of the theory and practice of business with a solid foundation in the liberal arts. USC says it helps students channel their skills and ambition into exceptional careers with the power to transform business and make a positive difference in people’s lives. Focusing on leadership development and the acquisition of managerial skills the school’s undergraduate business programs emphasize experiential learning that nurtures entrepreneurial talent and fosters critical thinking. USC Marshall provides the foundation for a lifetime of learning and helps pave the way for career success in business and beyond.



12. University of Miami, School of Business Administration

Merrick Building, Room 104
Coral Gables, Florida

International Students: 21%
Undergraduate Business Enrollment: 2,115
University Acceptance Rate: 40%
SAT Average Score: 1293
Poets&Quants 2014 Rank: 43

The undergraduate business programs at the University of Miami School of Business Administration open up endless career opportunities for graduates. The school attempts to attract the best and brightest students to learn from an internationally recognized faculty in one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse regions. UM’s undergraduate business curriculum takes on a global perspective with hands-on real-world learning from day one, providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive economy. The school offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA).

University of Miami College of Business Administration

University of Miami College of Business Administration


13. New York University, Stern School of Business

44 West 4th St., Tisch Hall, Suite 600
New York, NY

International Students: 20%
Undergraduate Business Enrollment: 2,495
University Acceptance Rate: 32%
SAT Average Score: 1441
Poets&Quants 2014 Rank: 11

The business degree combines a first-rate business education with a broad-based liberal arts foundation to provide you with the skills, expertise, and intellectual sophistication needed to advance in today’s dynamic business environment. Throughout your four years, you will be able to choose from ten different concentrations within Stern, pursue a minor or second major outside of business and take elective courses from across the University, explore the social and ethical dimensions of business and professional responsibility, and learn from respected business and thought leaders in New York, nationally, and abroad. Students also can gain international experience through semester abroad programs or a short term immersion and participate in a one-of-a-kind curricular global sequence culminating in the International Studies Program trip.

New York University's Stern School of Business

New York University’s Stern School of Business


13. University of Illionis-Urbana-Champaign, College of Business

515 E. Gregory Drive
Business Instructional Facility
Champaign, 61820

International Students: 20%
Undergraduate Business Enrollment: 2,948
University Acceptance Rate: 38%
SAT Average Score: 1341
Poets&Quants 2014 Rank: 20

The College of Business at Illinois provides graduate students with access to top recruiters, global immersion and exposure to emerging markets, and a magnificent micro-urban campus at a university with the largest alumni network in the world. Illinois attracts hundreds of top companies to recruit on campus, and our connection to the Chicago business community is unparalleled. Students in the College of Business develop professionally through Illinois Business Consulting (the world’s largest student run consulting organization) and a multitude of global experience options.

University of Illinois College of Business

University of Illinois College of Business


15. University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce

125 Ruppel Drive
Charlottesville, Virginia

International Students: 19%
Undergraduate Business Enrollment: 679
University Acceptance Rate: 30%
SAT Average Score: 1390
Poets&Quants 2014 Rank: 4

The McIntire School of Commerce means more than just business as usual. Blending the timeless lessons of the liberal arts with the cutting-edge skills demanded by today’s fiercely competitive global marketplace, McIntire offers an innovative educational experience of unparalleled quality. McIntire means fresh, engaging classes led by world-class faculty; the chance to tackle real-world problems for real CEOs; and a dynamic, integrated curriculum that makes the complexities of business real and relevant. Whether it’s studying overseas markets in Brussels or Beijing, working with a diverse team of superb classmates, or polishing a presentation for a team of top executives, a McIntire education means preparation for a lifetime of leadership, integrity, and success.

University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce

University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce

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