Two lawsuits charge that Rutgers Business School sought to improve its national rankings by creating bogus temporary jobs for graduating MBA students. Do college rankings matter?NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Some colleges will do anything to improve their rankings by U.S. News & World Report and other publications.
The popular lists of Best Colleges as well as the top professional programs in law and business are released each year by financial magazines and news outlets, and there have been university officials known to game the system. Some have misrepresented data or massaged and fudged numbers. And some have lied about their programs to better market themselves to prospective students.
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The MBA program at Rutgers is ranked highly. But amid 2 lawsuits, what do college rankings mean? – NJ.com