The Princeton Review names the Stillman School of Business an
outstanding business school.
The New York-based education services company has selected the School
for inclusion in the 2009 edition of the
'Best 296 Business Schools'
This is the second year in a row the School is included in the
The Princeton Review only considers those schools known for their
academic reputation and accredited by the Association to Advance
Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Inclusion is then based on the Princeton Review's high regard for
academic programs and offerings, institutional data collected from the
schools, and the candid opinions of current students who rate and
report on their campus experiences.
“We are pleased to recommend the Stillman School to readers of our
book and users of our Web site as one of the best institutions they
could attend to earn an MBA,” says Robert Franek, Princeton Review
In general, the Stillman School is praised for its proximity to New
York, its sense of community, and its high academic standards.
Specifically, students praise the location of the School as “excellent
because it is close to the city and other areas where major
corporations are based.” Students state that professors in the Stillman
School “exemplify a good balance between academic scholarship and
practical experience. They are approachable, down to earth, serious,
and passionate about their discipline.” Students also mention how
“social responsibilities and morals are a vital part of the
curriculum.” This focus, students believe, “sets Seton Hall apart from
the rest of the institutions out there.”
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