We’re Illinois…a Research One university and a business school that dominates in the fields of research and education – from accountancy to marketing, finance to strategy and all worthy business disciplines in between. Illinois faculty, students and alumni comprise an incomparable network of high-integrity people engaging together to innovate business in the global economy. Explore our programs, our people and our ideas.
Career-building is a skill developed in every student who joins the College of Business. Our placement rate for undergraduate students is 93%, and 85% for MBA students (FY ’13).
As we mark the beginning of the College’s centennial year we are grateful for the vision of those who established the College in 1915 and those who built the College’s strong tradition of excellence throughout the past 100 years. Help us celebrate.
In a recent nationwide survey ILLINOIS was ranked #5 in terms of return on investment; ahead of all Ivy League, private, and other Big Ten universities
At ILLINOIS, we believe in augmenting class work with numerous opportunities for additional enrichment. From study abroad trips to case competitions to working at the world’s largest student-run consultancy, students have the opportunity to excel both inside and outside the classroom.
ILLINOIS has the largest alumni network in the country, and there are 58,000+ living business alumni worldwide. Wherever you are in the world, you’re never far from a fellow Illini.
A new book co-edited by U. of I. finance professor Jeffrey R. Brown examines the profound effect the financial shocks of the last decade had on higher education.
No sector of the economy was left unscathed in the aftermath of the Great Recession, which officially lasted from December 2007 to June 2009 but whose aftereffects continue to linger today.
Higher education was no exception, and a new book co-edited by a University of Illinois expert in economic policy delves into the profound effect the financial crisis had on both public and private universities, which continue to grapple with shrinking endowments, declining charitable contributions and reductions in government support.
Until this semester, Joe Mahoney had just a short walk from his Wohlers Hall office to the BIF classrooms where he teaches courses in business administration. But in September, his commute to class got 40 miles longer every Friday. That’s the day Mahoney travels to the Danville Correctional Center to teach strategic management to a class of 15 incarcerated students.
|05 Mar||Centennial Celebration in Dallas/Fort Worth|
|05 Mar||Illinois MBA Information Session in Oak Brook|
|10 Mar||Phillip Levine Seminar|
|10 Mar||Illinois MBA Information Session in Schaumburg|
|11 Mar||Illinois MBA Information Session in Skokie|
|12 Mar||Illinois MBA Information Session in Rosemont|
|14 Mar||Campus Connect - Full Time MBA|
|15 Mar||Round Three MBA Application Deadline (For Domestic Applicants)|
|21 Mar||Spring Vacation Begins|
|25 Mar||Centennial Celebration in Irvine|