Experiential learning leads to strong career outcomes. At the Grossman School of Business, students gain the insights and experiences to launch and propel their career.

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.

Educating for the Future

Business-as-usual doesn’t secure success in today's economy. As a student at the Grossman School of Business, you'll become adept at “triple-bottom line” thinking, where a focus on healthy profit, people, and planet transforms enterprise and defines success. 

Our vision for the future of business is expansive. The world needs the kind of professionals who can respond to these challenges; so do employers growing their businesses into the future. Whether you wish to become a founder launching the next big thing, a mission-driven employee transforming your organization from within, or the steward of a family business charged with maintaining a legacy while leading modernization efforts, you have a place at the Grossman School. 

Our grads land great jobs at global powerhouses as well as innovative start-ups. Many also apply their training to strengthen a family-owned enterprise—another area of expertise earning the Grossman School worldwide recognition. Learn more about us.

Grossman School by the Numbers

  • 92% employed full-time were satisfied with their position.
  • 100,000 active members of UVM’s Career Network help graduates launch their careers.
  • 95% of GSB grads were employed or continuing education six months after graduation.

Success Grounded in Good Practice

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Accredited by the leading standard setter

Grossman’s 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.
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Training globally responsible leaders

The Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative helps organizations worldwide. It was co-founded by the European Foundation for Management Development and the United Nations Global Compact in strategic partnership with EFMD and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
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A nurturing honors college

The Patrick Leahy Honors College offers an academically heightened experience for some of the university’s most capable undergraduate students, including many from the Grossman School of Business.
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World-Class Research

Our research culture values impact. Grossman School's faculty are frequently recognized for their research, publish in top-tier journals, present at global conferences, provide media with insights, deliver keynotes, and use research to accelerate learning in the classroom.

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