The MBA Program, with its 98 percent placement rate, has been rated among the top 10 nationwide in terms of its competitive students, campus facilities and program administration, according to Princeton Review’s Best 282 Business Schools.

In the report, released Oct. 3, Mays’ MBA was ranked 8th best administered in the country and 8th best for its campus facilities.  The program also ranked 10th for “most competitive students.”

The Princeton Review, known for its test-prep courses, education programs and admissions services, compiled the rankings list based on surveys of 18,000 business students. The survey asked students 80 questions about their career plans and their school’s academics, student body and campus life.

General results found that Mays gave a solid preparation in accounting, teamwork and presentation skills.

“To be in the top 10 in Princeton Review rankings is a reflection of the outstanding students, faculty and staff that we enjoy at Mays Business School,” says MBA Director Kelli Kilpatrick. “We are committed to providing a high quality educational experience at a reasonable cost resulting in a premium return on investment for the students. We know that our students are among the best in the world and this recognition by Princeton Review supports that belief.”