Kelley School Of Business - Indiana University

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The business school of Indiana University. The Kelley School of Business offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in many fields, including finance, accounting, marketing and managment. It is one of only three schools to have all of its graduate and undergraduate programs ranked in the top 20 by U.S. News and World Report.

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The Kelley School of Business was founded in 1920. It has locations on both the Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses of Indiana University. Corporate headhunters looking for management, financial and marketing talent heavily recruit students from the school. The school also offers a distance-learning program known as "Kelley Direct" that teaches over 1,000 students.

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