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Poets&Quants for Undergrads ranks Miami Herbert #1 in Florida, #36 in the nation

By Marlen Lebish

Poets&Quants for Undergrads ranks Miami Herbert #1 in Florida, #36 in the nation

By Marlen Lebish
Miami Herbert Business School leaps nine spots in Poets&Quants for Undergrads latest ranking.
Poets&Quants for Undergrads unveiled its fifth annual Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2021 rankings today, which placed Miami Herbert Business School first in the state and #36 in the nation, nine places higher than last year. The ranking is considered the most objective assessment of undergraduate business programs with 93 schools ranked.

“This recognition is a testimony to our faculty and staff’s unyielding commitment to our students’ success,” said John Quelch, dean of Miami Herbert. “We develop innovative ideas and principled leaders that transform global business and society and work hard to provide an environment in which students thrive and grow.”

Poets&Quants for Undergrads compiled the 2021 exclusive rankings based on a representative survey of over 6,100 alumni and school-reported data. Recent grads across the 93 schools were surveyed on aspects of faculty availability, extracurricular opportunities, and accessibility of the alumni network.

“In many ways, rankings are lagging indicators,” said Ann Olazabal, vice dean of undergraduate business education at Miami Herbert. “Our big leap in the rankings this year is the product of focused dedication by the Undergraduate Business Education team over a four-year period. We have allocated our resources to what students value most.”

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