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Babson Park, Mass.
2009 Rank: 23
Annual Cost: $39,040
Full-time Enrollment: 1,898
Average Class Size: 31
Students with Internships: 85.1%
Time Spent on Class Work: 18.4 hours per week
Job Placement: 64%
Median Starting Salary: $48,500
Top Industries: Financial Services, Consumer Products/Retail, Consulting
Top Employers: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hanover Insurance, JPMorgan Chase
Students say: "The professors are very focused on preparing their students for their careers. The emphasis on group work and their availability to answer questions and provide guidance outside of class are outstanding."
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