Princeton Review has published their annual "Best Business Schools," a ranking of US business schools in eleven different categories, including "toughest to get into" (Stanford), "best professors" (Virginia), and "most competitive students" (BYU). The other categories include "best classroom experience," "best career prospects," "best campus environment," "most family friendly," and "greatest opportunity for women."
Eleven categories, including 'toughest to get into' and 'best professors'
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