The Binghamton University School of Management (SOM) has achieved recognition as one of the top 10 business schools in the entire United States for internship placements.

In a ranking conducted by Poets & Quants, a reputable online publication for business and education news, Binghamton University secured the ninth position, with an impressive 99 percent of graduates from the Class of 2023 having undertaken at least one business-related internship during their studies.

The ranking showcases the collaborative efforts between SOM students and the dedicated Career Services team to provide students with internship experiences that align with their career aspirations.

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Binghamton University was also recognized by Poets & Quants in a separate list that named them the fourth-highest-ranking business school based on early-career return on investment.

The SOM Career Services team guides students in crafting exceptional resumes and LinkedIn profiles, while also emphasizing participation in student organizations and case competitions to enhance their marketability.

SOM students at Binghamton University also receive training on critical thinking, problem-solving, networking strategies, interviewing techniques, job searches, and professional communication skills, ensuring their readiness to excel in internships.

Binghamton University School of Management has consistently ranked among the nation's top public business schools and has maintained a spot within the top 10 fully public schools for the past three years.

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