Zicklin School of Business Ranked Among the "Top 50 Best Value Undergraduate Business Schools"
#2 in New York State and #24 out of all business schools in the U.S., according to Value College
Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business is among the “Top 50 Best Value Undergraduate Business Schools” for 2019, according to a ranking by Value College.
The Zicklin School of Business placed:
- #24 in the U.S.
- #2 among all New York State colleges
Value College said the ranking brings attention to the undergraduate business schools with the “academic quality, exceptional mentorship, and job market connections to turn students into industry leaders.”
Praise for NYC location to “exceptional ROI”
Value College called attention to several positive factors of Baruch that distinguished the College.
“As part of the City University of New York (CUNY), Baruch College is located in New York City, the center of finance and business in the U.S.,” Value College stated in its profile of the College. “Step out the door and students are in the heart of Manhattan, with access to internships, networking, and a job market that is essentially theirs to choose from.”
Value College added, “With an exceptional ROI, and entry into the world of commerce easily at hand, Zicklin is not just one of the top business schools in U.S. higher education, but one of the best value undergraduate business schools as well.”
Zicklin School of Business earns top rankings
This recent ranking from Value College adds to Zicklin’s existing list of national recognitions. During 2018 alone, Zicklin earned the following top spots:
- U.S. News & World Report:
- #1 Graduate Business School in New York City and New York State among public institutions
- #1 Evening MBA Program in New York City and New York State
- Money Magazine:
- Nation’s “Best Colleges for Business Majors”
- #5 for getting a front-office job at J.P. Morgan
- #19 for getting a front-office job at Goldman Sachs
Watch video: Take the new virtual tour of the Zicklin School of Business with finance student David Alvarez. Click here.
Value College used three data points to determine its ranking: publisher and student reviews, annual total costs (IPEDs data), and early career salaries (payscale.com data). According to Value College, “this formula hits the sweet spot between the most relevant, innovative education and the most reasonable investment for the highest return.” More here.
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