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Kellogg repeats as No. 1 MBA program in the world

10/3/2003 - Evanston, Ill. – The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University today announced that for the second consecutive year, it has been named the number one MBA program in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) of London.

According to the EIU, the second annual ranking is “based on a school’s ability to deliver the most important elements (as identified by the students themselves) that students look for when taking an MBA.” The survey evaluated the business schools’ ability to provide students with new and advanced career opportunities, educational and personal development, increased salary and the potential to network. The student-centric survey favored the Kellogg School’s academic programs and excellent faculty, and its determination to involve students in all aspects of the school.

The EIU has been surveying the views of MBA students for more than a decade through its annual publication of Which MBA?, now in its 15th edition. EIU is a member of The Economist Group, publisher of the global Economist magazine in London.

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