Three Indiana business schools rank in top 100

A global survey by the British newspaper The Financial Times landed three MBA programs at Indiana universities in the top 100. Purdue’s Krannert ranked 48th, and Mendoza at Notre Dame and Kelley at Indiana tied for 65th.

Five criteria including salaries, alumni satisfaction and gender diversity were considered. Wharton school at the University of Pennsylvania has been first for three years running.

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