Top Undergrad & MBA Universities for Business & Cricket, 2011 !

UPenn President Dr. Amy Gutmann with the Penn Cricket team after their great perfomance at the 2011 American College Cricket Spring Break Championship
 
Increasingly, when picking a University many top students are looking for colleges with cricket teams. American College Cricket has made that an option in the past 2 1/2 years, by motivating the organization of formal clubs in schools where none existed before.

The American College Cricket National & Regional Championships give these schools high profiles in key demographics for students’ recruitment. To our knowledge, in 2011 alone at least 4 of our teams’ college Presidents have made students recruiting trips to India - now those schools have a valuable tool in their cricket team.

 
We looked at Bloomberg Businessweek’s recent rankings of BUSINESS SCHOOLS, at the Undergraduate and MBA levels, and highlighted the top ranked universities which are members of American College Cricket, (the numbers next to the schools’ names represent their Businessweek rank).
 
UNDERGRADUATE
  
4.   University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)  ———————- 2011 Semi-Finalist, national Championship (American College Cricket Spring Break Championship).
8.   University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (Kenan Flagler)
15. New York University (Stern)                                                 (the team is from NYU- Polytechnic, and not actually from New York University as a whole)
18. Indiana University (Kelley)
21. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)  ——————- 2009 American College Cricket Pioneers)
31. Boston University ——————————————-2009 American College Cricket Pioneers)
34. University of Southern Cal (Marshall) ————– 2010 American College Cricket West Champions
39. University of Maryland (Smith)
42. University of Florida ( Warrington)
44. Michigan State University (Broad)
48. Texas A & M University (Mays)
51. University of Minnesota (Carlson)
53. Ohio State University (Fisher)
59. George Washington University
61. Purdue University (Krannert)
67. Rutgers University ———————- 2010 American College Cricket Northeast Champions       
81. University of Iowa (Tippie)
94. Texas Tech University (Rawls)
96. University of Houston (Bauer)
100. North Carolina State University ———– 2010 American College Cricket Mid-Atlantic Champions
 
MBA   (Full time)
 
  3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
15. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)
16. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (Kenan Flagler)
17. University of California LA (Anderson)
18. New York University (Stern)
19. Indiana University (Kelley)
20. Michigan State University (Broad)
26. University of Southern Cal (Marshall)
28. University of Minnesota (Carlson)
30. Texas A & M University (Mays)
32. Ohio State University (Fisher)                          National Baseball Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson
38. Boston University                                                  with American College Cricket President Lloyd Jodah
41. Purdue University (Krannert) ————— 2010 American College Cricket Midwest Champions
42. University of Maryland (Smith)
45. Thunderbird School of Global Management
52. George Washington University
55. Rutgers University
 
NON USA
  
2.  Queen’s University
9.  York University  – ——— – 2010 American College Cricket Champions
11. McGill University
For full rankings, criteria of rankings etc
 http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/special_reports/20110303best_undergrad_bschools.htm
There are also other major rankings like the US News & World Report. 

 

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