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Top Undergraduate Business Programs In The United States Of America

The United States of America is home to some of the world’s best universities. These universities are known for their resource-intensive operations that allow them to invest in top-notch administration of education and research. Moreover, all of these universities cover a range of disciplines in which they excel and attract students from across the globe. One such area which has become quite a center of attention for international students is business studies.
Many young persons aim for opportunities in higher education to study business in the United States. Every one of them wants to secure admission in the best of the best, but that becomes a Herculean task considering how competitive these universities are. However, nothing ventured, nothing gained.

If you are interested in business studies and want to pursue education in the same, apply to the universities in the United States mentioned below:

  1. University of Pennsylvania
    Popularly called Penn or UPenn, the University of Pennsylvania is highly celebrated in the country and the world. It was founded in 1740 as the College of Philadelphia to educate and train professionals in business and public service. Presently, there are 4 undergraduate schools and 12 graduate schools, including the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Nursing, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Wharton School (the business school). As far as research activities are concerned, it is noted for its high impact research activity, with many of its researches being cited and used across the world.
  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Back in the year 1861, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was established to galvanize the progress of industrialization through the training of professionals in the field of applied science and engineering. Today, there are 5 schools in its academic organization: Science, Engineering, Management, Architecture and Planning, and Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. In addition, there is a college called the Schwarzman College of Computing. MIT is known for its entrepreneurship-friendly atmosphere, and this is reflected in many projects undertaken, including MIT Bootcamps.
  3. University of California-Berkeley
    One of the founders of the prestigious Association of American Universities, the University of California-Berkeley (UCB) is among the world’s highest-rated higher education institutions. Within its academic organization, there is an array of colleges and schools such as the School of Law, School of Social Welfare, Graduate School of Education, and Haas School of Business. Together, these colleges and schools maintain as many as 180 departments. Like others on the list, the university is also rated high in terms of research, with many of its current faculty members being American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellows and Nobel laureates.
  4. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
    The University of Michigan, or UMich, was founded in 1817 and is the oldest university in Michigan. In addition to its main campus in Ann Arbor, it operates 2 satellite campuses in Dearborn and Flint. There are numerous colleges and schools within its domain that attract many students every year; these include the School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, College of Engineering, School of Public Health, and Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Being a founder of the Association of American Universities, its presence in the world of research is undisputed. Its various schools and colleges invest heavily in various research projects, such as its Medical School that spends the most.
  5. New York University
    One of the most sought-after private universities in the country, New York University (NYU), was founded in 1831. It is presently the largest private university in terms of enrolment and is known for being highly competitive. There are 10 undergraduate schools here, including the Gallatin School, College of Arts & Science, Stern School of Business, Tisch School of Arts, and Silver School of Social Work. There are many academic centers under its aegis to encourage research activities, such as the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Clive Davis Institute, and the NYU Langone Health System. NYU also maintains foreign campuses in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai and centers in many cities such as Paris, Tel Aviv, and London.

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