Applying classroom learnings in real-time at international case competitions like ICBC = winning top honors, podium finishes and Grossman student success...read more

Ranked the #2 Green MBA by Princeton Review, the Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA program is a bold new approach that fundamentally reinvents business education and the MBA degree. Read more...

Alums like Alliance Building Services CEO Gary Green, share their business wisdom directly in our classrooms and on school panels, informing and inspiring tomorrow's business leaders

Our 2016 MAcc class ranked in the top 3% pass rate for US CPA exam. If you're looking to further your accounting/finance career and become a CPA...we can help. Read more

Associate Professor Erik Monsen, our Steven Grossman Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship exemplifies how our faculty are more than a group of excellent teachers; they’re a group of educators teaching from years of cumulative global business experience. Read more 

Whether competing in the finals of NIBS in Finland or travelling to London or British Columbia, students have the opportunity to compete in the top case competitions and pit themselves against the best from across the planet  Read More

Our acclaim is widespread — from The Wall Street Journal to the Princeton Review

Our size is just right — world-class faculty conduct cutting-edge research while mentoring and teaching; and our academic program is rigorous. But the proof is in the results — graduates get internships, find jobs and feel satisfied with their experience. Read more about us.

AACSB LogoBusiness education at the UVM Grossman School of Business is accredited by AACSB International.

 

What does being AACSB-accredited mean?

It means attending a business school in the top 5% worldwide.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Less than 5% of the world's 13,000 business programs have earned AACSB Accreditation. The University of Vermont’s AACSB-accredited Grossman School of Business produces graduates that are highly skilled and more desirable to employers than other non-accredited schools.

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2nd Best Green MBA in the U.S. -- Princeton Review
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The Grossman School of Business
University of Vermont
55 Colchester Ave.
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Burlington, VT 05405
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