The Robert H. Smith School of Business has jumped to #25, up two spots from #27, in BusinessWeek magazine's just-released biennial rankings of the nation's best business schools. The rankings are part of 'The Best B-Schools' cover story in BusinessWeek's October 21 issue, now available on newsstands.
Brian Wallace is American, studying for an MBA at the Smith School of Business, and spending the fall semester at a business school in Germany. Norma Athamary is Peruvian, studying for an MBA at ESADE in Barcelona, now spending a semester abroad in the U.S. at Smith. Both students are profiting from the Semester Exchange Program managed by Smiths Center for Global Business in partnership with top business schools worldwide.
Sakisha Jackson and Carolina Lasso are just two Smith School undergraduates who hope to be the business leaders of tomorrow.
The $38-million expansion of Van Munching Hall, home of the Robert H. Smith School of Business, opened for classes on September 3, 2002. The four-story, 103,300-square-foot space is an attractive, functional, technologically advanced learning environment.
Hailing from more than 25 countries, they traveled across oceans and time zones, from as far away as India and as close as Bethesda. Leaving behind loved ones, jobs, and friends, they came together in late summer to prepare for the challenges, rigors, and rewards of the Robert H. Smith School of Business MBA program.