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IU Drops 4 Spots In Business School Ranking, Notre Dame Ranked #2
Updated May 5, 2013 1:01 AM | Filed under: WBIW News
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(BLOOMINGTON) - More accolades for the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, this time from the publication Business Week.

In Business Week's most recently published rankings, Kelley stands at #2 in the Big Ten for their undergraduate program, and #20 overall.

However, that's also a drop of 4 spots on the overall list from last year's #16 rating. Michigan's Ross School of Business remains on top of the Big Ten and 4th overall. However, one Hoosier school took 1st runner up: Notre Dame.

The Mendoza School of Business on the South Bend campus is the highest ranked private university, and trails only the University of Virginia overall.

Purdue was ranked 61st.



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