The Princeton Review features the Sawyer Business School in its annual guidebook: The Best 295 Business Schools.
According to Robert Franek, Princeton Review senior VP-publisher, "We recommend Sawyer Business School as one of the best institutions a student could attend to earn a business school degree.”
The book ranks 295 business schools based on academic programs, institutional data, and student surveys. About 20,300 students each answered 80 questions about their schools’ academics, student body, and campus life, as well as about themselves and their career plans.
Flexible and Convenient Options
According to the Princeton Review profile, “Suffolk caters to the working professionals who make up the majority of its MBA student body with ‘great scheduling’ and ‘program flexibility’ that 'allow us to balance both work and school.'"
One student noted, “As a full-time professional, work, school, and life are a balancing act. I would say that Suffolk caters to my needs, extends my breadth of knowledge, and positions me well for future success.”
The students had many positive things to say about faculty. “Suffolk’s greatest strength is the professors’ holistic approach to management,” the editors wrote.
With a mix of working professional and academic scholars teaching courses, you gain “a balance of quantitative management skills while recognizing the importance of interpersonal qualitative skills,” one student noted.
The editors also stated that “Suffolk prides itself on preparing students for the real world, and effective, long-term career planning is a major piece of the puzzle.”
And so is networking. “The school has amazing networking events and an exceptional Meet the Firms Night and is also very active in promoting networking and helping to improve social interactions in preparation of interviews,” the review says.