(BLOOMINGTON) - Indiana University has gotten yet another bump from US News and World Report, in their most recent ranking of national universities.
The magazine, which runs probably the best-known college rankings list in the nation, ranked IU the 30th best public national research school, a 3-spot jump from last year. For undergraduate business programs, IU's Kelly School of Business ranked 11th nationwide, and 2nd in the Big Ten right behind Michigan's Ross School of Business.
However, the overall undergraduate side of Indiana University was ranked 71st in the nation, tied with Michigan State for 8th place in the Big Ten.
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