The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California Irvine is one of only 11 business schools worldwide where 100% of the faculty have doctorates and is second in percentage of female faculty members (32%). The Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine offers four dynamic MBA programs – plus PhD and undergraduate business degrees – that deliver its thematic approach to business education: sustainable growth through strategic innovation.
While the Merage School is relatively young-built upon the strong foundations of the Graduate School of Administration and later the Graduate School of Management before being named the Paul Merage School of Business in 2005, it has quickly grown to consistently rank among the top 10% of all AACSB-accredited programs through exceptional student recruitment, world-class faculty, a strong alumni network and close individual and corporate relationships.
Campus of the Paul Merage School of Business -
The campus of the university extends to a large area of 1,489 acres which is surrounded by a number of buildings, including the academic and the administrative buildings of the university.
Facilities at the Paul Merage School of Business -
- Class Rooms
- Research Center
- Study Centers
- Student Residential Accommodation
- Student Club
- Student Organisation
- Dining Services
Students Life at the Paul Merage School of Business -
UC Irvine is a center for quality education that fosters passionate, enthusiastic and ongoing expansion of knowledge and approaches to scholarship. Graduates are prepared to be global citizens equipped with the tools of analysis, expression and cultural understanding required for leadership in today's world.
Career Services at the Paul Merage School of Business -
MBA students at the Paul Merage School of Business are offered a variety of unique and personalized services, from career advising, career management and job search skills training to job search resources. Service offerings are specially designed for each MBA program based on their specific career development needs.