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Best Business Schools for Hispanics: 11-20

September 2007, HISPANIC BUSINESS Magazine

11. New York University
At NYU's Stern, a culture of diversity is not only encouraged it is embraced. Stern students come from across the United States and more than 50 countries. Between 35 and 40 percent of the full-time MBA enrollment at Stern has consistently been female – among the highest percentages at any top-ranked business school. Stern's commitment to recruiting underrepresented minorities is unwavering.

12. University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill
UNC Kenan-Flagler's diverse community is one of our greatest assets. Students represent an array of races, gender, geography, cultures, and lifestyles, which we harness to enrich their experiences and learning.

13. University of New Mexico
The Anderson School of Management at UNM is committed to making a difference in the lives of students of all ethnic backgrounds, and provides Hispanic students with a cultural community encouraging excellence in scholarship and service.

14. University of Arizona
Throughout the Americas and beyond, the Eller College recruits students from diverse ethnic, economic, and social backgrounds, and works with them one-on-one to customize an MBA experience focused on their goals.

15. Rollins College
The Rollins MBA is a nationally ranked MBA program focused on creating partnerships, scholarships, and opportunities with other organizations that share our commitment to serving diverse populations.

16. Ohio State University
The Fisher College recognizes that preparing students for a business world that is diverse in thought, composition, and approach requires that the composition of our academic programs reflects our commitment to diversity.

17. University of Central Florida
The University of Central Florida's College of Business Administration is committed to and embraces academic and cultural diversity, equality of people, and the dignity of the individual along with offering AACSB accredited academic programs.

18. University of Notre Dame
The word "catholic" is defined as being universal in scope, involving all. As a Catholic University, creating a welcoming, diverse community is critical to our mission.

19. University of Rochester
The Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester has long been committed to diversity. (We) partner with The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of leading U.S. business schools in collaboration with the corporate community. The goal of the Consortium is to encourage and enable the largest possible number of the best and brightest African-American, Hispanic American and Native American college graduates to pursue successful careers in management.

20. Texas Christian University
The Neeley MBA Program's long-term commitment to diversity is supported by significant merit-based scholarships, GMAT Prep classes, small class size for personalized attention, and networking opportunities for career enhancement.

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