CNBC recently ranked Bentley University 15th on its list of the 30 Colleges Where Students Go On To Earn the Most Money.
To determine its list, the network used the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard, which covers data on thousands of American colleges, including median earnings of federally aided students 10 years after enrolling, and the average annual cost of attending. Bentley graduates earn a median salary of $76,900 10 years after enrolling.
Bentley offers a wide variety of majors and minors, as well as optional liberal studies and business studies majors designed to create a modern intersection of the arts and sciences and business that’s unique in higher education. As a result, Bentley students are highly sought after by today’s leading organizations.
Employers return to Bentley year after year to hire graduates because of their professionalism, exposure to state-of-the-art technology tools, and diverse, real-world experience. In its 2016 “Best Undergraduate Business Schools” issue, Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Bentley 10th among the country’s top undergraduate business programs.
In a survey of the Class of 2016, 99 percent of Bentley graduates were either employed or enrolled in a graduate program within six months of graduation. It’s no wonder the Princeton Review ranked us first in the nation for career services.
Check out the CNBC report, and see why Bentley is considered one of the best education values in the country!