The 2010 Wall Street Journal executive MBA rankings were recently released, and, for the first time, the Executive MBA program at UT Knoxville made this esteemed listing. Only 56 programs were ranked out of more than 700 worldwide.
UT Knoxville’s executive-level MBA programs for working professionals rank among the world’s best, according to Financial Times’ newly released 2010 international rankings. Only 100 of the more than 700 U.S. and international executive MBA programs were included in the 2010 rankings.
The College of Business Administration at UT Knoxville has one of the nation’s best MBA programs, according to The Princeton Review, a top education service and evaluation company. The college’s full-time MBA program is listed in the 2011 edition of “The Best 300 Business Schools.”
The College of Law at UT Knoxville has jumped three places in a national ranking which recognizes law schools that give students more “bang” for their tuition bucks. The UT College of Law is ranked 11th in the 2010 Top 20 Best Value Law Schools list by preLaw magazine, run by the National Jurist, a leading news source in the legal industry.
The College of Law at UT Knoxville continues to be recognized nationally for giving students more “bang” for their tuition bucks. The UT College of Law has been selected as a 2010 Top 20 Best Value Law School by preLaw magazine, run by the National Jurist, a leading news source in the legal industry.
UT Knoxville joined the ranks of the nation’s Top 50 public institutions, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2011 undergraduate rankings released today. UT Knoxville ranked 47th among all public universities, up five spots from last year, and 104th among all national universities.
UT Knoxville is a “very affordable” and “dynamic” university with “excellent research facilities” and “ample undergraduate research opportunities,” according to The Princeton Review annual ratings released this week. UT is among only 15 percent of the nation’s four-year colleges and universities to be included in The Princeton Review’s new 2011 edition of “The Best 373 Colleges.”
Have you “liked” UT Knoxville? The university recently ranked 14th in a Washington Post poll of the most popular colleges on Facebook. UT Knoxville’s 58,460 Facebook fans — as of May 28 — rank the campus between its SEC rivals the University of Kentucky and the University of Florida.
Now more than ever, parents and students want strong academics at an affordable price when it comes to choosing a college education. UT Knoxville offers just that according to The Princeton Review’s “Best Value Colleges for 2010″ list released today, which ranks the university among the 50 best values in higher education in the country.
UT Knoxville provides students one of the best values in public education according to the latest rankings from Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. The magazine’s annual “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” ranks American colleges based on academic quality and affordability. UT was the only Tennessee public university to make the top 100, placing 58th overall, up six spots from last year.