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Indiana University - Bloomington

Business - Management and Administration Scores
Students who would return
Would not - 20/9
Student Surveys
(in Business - Management and Administration)
Males: 21, Females: 8
Average Yrs. Completed: 1.5

Education Quality Vs. Competing Schools

Indiana University - Bloomington
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Average of schools in class

Harvard University
University of California - Berkeley
Indiana State University
New York University
Princeton University
University of Southern California
Yale University

Student Expectations

Expected coursework difficulty:4.0 High
Actual difficulty:3.8 High
Students found the coursework to be easier than expected.

Educational Quality vs. Student Intellect

English Speaking

Percent of teaching staff that does not speak satisfactory English0-10%

Student Personalities

Faculty Personalities

Business - Management and Administration:

If you want to go to a school that's easier than high school, have nothing to do at night except drink and smoke pot, and feel like a drop of water in...
I have worked in middle market commercial or investment banking in Chicago since graduating in 2004. I have always found my IU education to be an ass...
First of all, I am adding my comments because I want potential students to come here unbiased. Indiana is as good a place as any. My brother went to U...
IUB is a great place to meet people and drink. This is the quintesential college "experience" with drinking every night and lots of marijuana. On th...
IU has a culture all it's own. It is by far one of the most special places I've ever been.
the admisntation sucks-its way to inefficient, it does it job very badly as well social life-very fun, but the athorities and the school crack down...
For those that saw IU as too competitive or cut throat, that's how it is at most schools as large as IU. IU holds some of the highest ranked programs...
I have worked in middle market commercial or investment banking in Chicago since graduating in 2004. I have always found my IU education to be an ass...
I was only at IU for a semester and honestly I really hated it. I had a big problem with how spread out the residence halls were on campus - it was ha...
When I first came looked at coming here I thought this place was the bomb. The women, the campus, the academics, it just all fit together. When I go...
I would have to say that everyone at IU loves IU. The party scene, whether it be the bars, off campus houses, dorms, apartments, or even frats, is alw...
The Kelley school of business is definitely a better education deal than any other schools. Kelley, the journalism school, and probably science classe...
I loved IU- the business school really prepared me as much as college can. I loved the Greek life, the bars, the area. Bloomington is really a beautif...
I have really enjoyed my time at IU so far. This place is amazing. It is a competitive enviornment at times. The students at the Kelley school main...
I felt IU was a good choice, and I would make it again. Some of the negative comments don't even make sense. It would be very difficult to transfer to...
I really disliked my experience at IU bloomington. Coming from out of state, I think this institute is such a greedy monster. They charge out of state...
Seemingly infinate amount of classes to choose from. Lots to. Seems that your entire college social life depends on the type of people on your floor i...
I really tried to like it here. I'm currently a sophomore in the process of transferring. Administration: The Kelley School of Business faculty ar...
I am a freshman at IU, and Im somewhat a mixed bag on my experience so far. After doing research about the school and deciding to enroll, my expectati...
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