Friday's Headlines: Business Schools Bulk Up International Options

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Undergraduate business students get the need for international experience, according to Bloomberg, which announced its Best Undergraduate B-Schools of 2011. In fact, participation in undergrad international business courses jumped 27 percent in the 2008-2009 academic year from three years earlier. Every school in this year's ranking has taken steps to beef up its international options. Top schools this year include Notre Dame, University of Virginia Charlottesville, Emory and University of Pennsylvania.

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