he University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business has been ranked No. 5 on a list of the world's top 30 MBA programs.
Notre Dame's 38-year-old MBA program, which has 304 students this semester, was lauded by the Aspen Institute and the World Resources Institute for high enrollment in elective courses dealing in social and environmental issues in business.
Stanford University's MBA program was ranked number one in the survey, followed by ESADE Business School in Spain, York University in Toronto, Canada and ITESM in Mexico.
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