Mendoza College of Business
The Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame is a premier business school that fosters academic excellence, professional effectiveness and personal accountability in a context that strives to be faithful to the Catholic ideals for community, human development and personal integrity. We are home to more than 2,300 students engaged in undergraduate, graduate and executive studies.
Ask More of BusinessTM
Father Edward Sorin, the founder of Notre Dame, envisioned a University that would be a force for good in society. For more than 150 years, his words have inspired graduates of all programs as they lead in business and other industries. We ask that integrity be at the heart of every business decision. We ask tough questions to solve tough problems. We ask that we consider a greater good. We ask more of business. We ask more of ourselves.
We have both a two-year program and an accelerated one-year program. The one-year students join the returning two-year students to form a graduating class of approximately 200 each year.
What makes us different?
Some of the world's top organizations choose to recruit Notre Dame MBA students. Recruiters remark our students have tremendous leadership potential, are ethical in how they approach everyday business decisions, are great problem solvers, fit well in their organization's culture, and are highly collaborative and loyal.
How we work with you
A Notre Dame MBA Relationship Manager works with you every step of the way translating your hiring objectives into an action plan that provides you with exposure on multiple fronts to talented Notre Dame MBA students.
||Two-Year Full-Time MBA Class
||One-Year Full-Time MBA Class
|Duration||21 months||12 months|
|Available for employment||Summer Internships, May-August||May|
|Number of students||120||65|
|Average years of work experience||5||5|
|% International students||22||8|
Last Statistics 2012
Hires by Industry
Hires by Function
Average salary upon graduation
$100,000 (US Dollars)
Information updated in April 2013