McCombs School of Business Faculty was ranked as the “Best Professors” by the Princeton Review’s Annual Law & Business School Rankings
Originally posted by The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review — known for its widely-followed college rankings in dozens of categories based on how students rate their undergrad schools — today released the 2012 editions of its guides to law and business schools which also include annual ranking lists uniquely based on student survey data.
“The Best 167 Law Schools” and “The Best 294 Business Schools” each report lists of top 10 ranking schools in 11 categories.
The Princeton Review tallied its ranking lists based on its surveys of 18,000 students attending the 167 law schools and 19,000 students attending the 294 business schools. The student survey asked respondents to rate multiple attributes of their schools including their professors and fellow classmates. Some ranking list tallies factored in school-reported data.
Among the ranking list categories in each book and schools ranked #1 on them:
Business school: University of Texas-Austin