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International MBA Program Makes Entrepreneur’s Top 15 Four Years in a Row
September 23, 2009
Posted September 23, 2009
The sustained quality and innovation of the Monterey Institute’s Fisher International MBA Program has won the program a top 15 ranking for the fourth straight year from Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review. Entrepreneur’s annual survey of over 2,300 schools ranks the top 25 graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the country; the Monterey Institute placed 14th this year.
“Being ranked among the top 15 MBA programs in the country four straight years really speaks to the sustained quality of our program and the students we attract,” commented Fisher International MBA Program Chair Bruce Paton. “Our program is enriched immeasurably by the fact that our students come here from all over the world, and are challenged constantly to apply their knowledge in practical situations through our International Business Plan program.”
The Institute’s ranking can be viewed on Entrepreneur.com, along with information on overall trends found with social and sustainable entrepreneurship, experiential learning, and entrepreneurship as a means of reaching out both internationally and locally. See also the full Institute News Release
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