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By Daphna Behar
Indiana University's Kelley School of Business was ranked No. 18 in the 2006 BusinessWeek rankings. Its Bloomington campus is also consistently ranked one of the most beautiful in America. It's also been named one of the top 10 places for campus culture by USA Today and the No. 6 college sports town by Sports Illustrated on Campus. With a tuition of about $35,000 for out-of staters, Kelley is the least expensive program in BusinessWeek's Top 20. If Indiana is one of the schools you are considering, take a look at its virtual tour.
Photos provided by Indiana University. Caption information from information provided by the school, data from "Fast Track: The Best B-Schools" (McGraw-Hill 2008) and BusinessWeek research.