Simon Business School
- Simon climbed 16 spots to #29 in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best US Business Schools in 2019, and in 2020 returned to the top 35 in US News & World Report for the first time in a decade. Its trailblazing STEM-designated degrees across all specializations and programs are in high-demand, preparing students to lead and solve the toughest challenges in today’s data-driven business environment.
- In a highly competitive MBA landscape, scholarships are a critical component of Simon’s admissions strategy, helping to enroll more than 60% of top candidates for the Full-Time MBA program. Over $16M in total aid was awarded in 2019 to students from diverse backgrounds around the globe.
- Student satisfaction and outcomes are at an all-time high, supported by investments in the Jay S. and Jeanne Benet Career Management Center, experiential learning and revitalized physical spaces that transform the student experience.
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2019-20