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Kellogg Receives Top Marks from Recruiters


9/5/2003 -

The Kellogg School of Management was recently named the No. 2 business school with an enrollment of 500 students or more in the second annual Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive Business School survey. Over 2,221 M.B.A. recruiters contributed to the survey which also nominated Kellogg as the premier M.B.A. program for teaching marketing skills.

Recruiters praised the interpersonal and communications skills of Kellogg students and noted that its graduates display leadership potential and a general management point of view. Kellogg culture was described as collegial and team-oriented. Recruiters also consider Kellogg one of the best M.B.A. programs from which to hire women.

"Kellogg graduates are very polished and professional," says Mike Myers, a consultant in Lake Forest, Ill. "They're confident and have good people skills."

Among the top 50 business schools in the world, recruiters are impressed with Kellogg’s prowess in teaching marketing and by students’ communication skills and ranked Kellogg No. 4 overall.

Kellogg also received recognition for academic excellence in several disciplines and was ranked No. 1 in Marketing and No. 3 in General Management. In addition, Kellogg was among the highest rated in several industries including No. 3 in Technology and No. 4 in Management Consulting, respectively.