DEVELOPING BUSINESS LEADERS
FOR A BETTER WORLD ®
The Villanova School of Business develops business leaders for a better world through the Augustinian values of truth, community, caring and leading through service.
VSB provides a world-class business education with undergraduate programs, graduate programs and executive education. Renowned faculty blend formal business training with real-world application to deliver an innovative and rigorous curriculum.
By bridging theory and practice, VSB helps students to develop into creative problem solvers who become ethical, influential leaders who know how to grow, analyze and protect business value.
Collaborative. Creative. Entrepreneurial. VSB educates leaders with a desire to effect positive change in their workplaces and their communities, as well as around the globe.
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INCREASE IN AVERAGE MBA SALARY UPON PROGRAM COMPLETION
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VSB ALUMNI MAKING A DIFFERENCE AROUND THE WORLD
CNBC – March 19, 2020
Economics professor Victor Li details the aftermath of the coronavirus's economic impact.
IN THE MEDIA | Five things church leaders should do about coronavirus
CatholicPhilly - March 17, 2020
Matthew Manion, Faculty Director for the Center for Church Management outlines what church leaders should be doing about the coronavirus.
Business Wire - February 26, 2020
The company’s Champion brand challenged graduate and undergraduate students from 11 universities with real-world scenarios to test their analytics skills
VSB recently celebrated the dedication of the new Victoria and Justin Gmelich ’90 Lab for Financial Markets, a state-of-the art facility where students and faculty can study and research in an environment parallel to a Wall Street trading floor with greater exposure to real estate, analytics, management information systems and other fields.VSB received a $3 million commitment from alumnus Justin Gmelich ’90 VSB and his wife, Victoria, making it one of the largest named gifts for a financial markets lab in the country.
IN THE MEDIA | Super Bowl Ads Serve up Politics - and an Escape From It
U.S. News and World Report - January 30, 2020
Charles R. Taylor, PhD, John A. Murphy Professor of Marketing, offers his insight on the ads viewers will see during the Super Bowl.