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Villanova University Ranked #28 in International Business by U.S. News & World Report


Villanova University was recognized among the top International Business programs in the nation in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report ranking, placing #28. The international business program’s success in the ranking recognizes the excellence of our faculty, staff, curriculum and student services. VSB is also known for its teaching excellence, cutting-edge research, academic rigor, state-of-the-art learning facilities and the integration of ethics and service into curricular and extracurricular experiences.

“I see this ranking as recognition of our collective efforts to provide innovative, high impact international experiences in the classroom and around the world, including our cutting edge freshman global citizens program, our diverse study abroad and internship options, our new global leadership fellows initiative and growing scholarship and other funding to support these efforts,” said Jonathan Doh, PhD, Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business and Faculty Director, Center for Global Leadership.

“This is a testament to the effort and quality of our faculty, staff, programs and students,” said Patrick G. Maggitti, PhD, The Helen and William O’Toole Dean of the Villanova School of Business. “We are honored to be recognized.”

The U.S. News & World Report ranking for international business is based on a peer assessment survey conducted in spring 2014 of undergraduate business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

For More Information

The Moran Center for Global Leadership
Villanova School of Business
Villanova, PA 19085
Tel: (610) 519-4395

Jonathan Doh, PhD
Co-Faculty Director, for The Elenore and Robert F. Moran Sr. Center for Global Leadership

Kimberly A. Cahill

Michelle Casario, PhD
Co-Faculty Director, for The Elenore and Robert F. Moran Sr. Center for Global Leadership

Gloria Angel
Program Administrator

Sharon Ballard
Program Coordinator