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Tuesday, February 03, 2015 - Graduate Business Students: Princeton Review seeks student feedback

The Princeton Review team has opened its MBA program survey to the Oakland University business school. Through an online survey, The Princeton Review is seeking the direct input of OU graduate business students.

By participating in The Princeton Review’s annual student opinion survey, graduate business students are invited to share their insights on favorite academics, career services, organizations, professor/student interaction, extracurricular activities and provide invaluable guidance for prospective MBA students searching for their best fit program.  The anonymous survey responses drive the narrative, rankings and ratings inherent to many of The Princeton Review’s graduate publications and website.

The online survey only takes a few minutes to  complete. Graduate business students can take the survey here.

“Recognition by organizations such as The Princeton Review serves to increase the value of the educational investment you make in your graduate education,” says Michael A. Mazzeo, dean, OU’s business school.

 “It will also raise the school’s reputation regionally and nationally, and become a true point of pride for all of us,” says Craig Stinson, chairman, Board of Visitors, OU’s business school “For you and your prospective employers, it also serves as a testament to the quality business education you receive here.”

The input of each graduate business student makes a difference. The online survey is open now.

 Please note: The Princeton Review takes privacy seriously. They will not share personal information with any third party without permission to do so. You can read The Princeton Review's full privacy policy by clicking on the "Privacy Policy" link here.