The business school has stayed on top because of the weight of employer evaluations, among other factors.
MIT took first place.
New applicants may be playing the name game, but popularity won’t necessarily hurt the U of C.
The U of C placed fifth this year in the U.S. News & World Report’s college rankings—the highest position it has ever held—sharing the spot in a five-way tie.
A recent study found that graduates of the University’s law school are sought out by large firms.
Istria Café and Robust Coffee Lounge were recently named in Time Out Chicago’s list of the top fifteen coffeehouses in the city.
The Core received a B because it did not meet the survey’s standards for foreign language, U.S. History, or Economics requirements. It still fared better than most top universities.
The University’s internet popularity may stem from faculty and alumni, like Steven Levitt and Tucker Max (A.B. ’98), who have become popular online news sources.
Booth was named the nation’s best business school by the magazine, as it was in 2008 and 2006.
The big news this week was the release of the latest rankings of colleges and universities. How did Chicago fare? The Maroon’s got the recap.
Chicago’s Law School moved up one spot in the U.S. News and World Report’s Graduate School rankings yesterday.
Princeton and Harvard share the top spot.
The University of Chicago’s graduate programs again received high marks in rankings released by U.S. News and World Report Friday.