The Princeton Review Names Bradley One of the Top 20 Best Schools for Internships

April 21, 2021

According to The Princeton Review's newly released Best Value Colleges for 2021, Bradley University is one of the Top 20 Best Schools for Internships, among private schools in the nation.

For another year, Best Value Colleges has listed the top 200 schools providing the best return on investment, based on more than 40 data points covering academics, affordability and career preparation. The Princeton Review also breaks down several other categories, including Best Schools for Internships, where Bradley placed #15 in the nation this year. Students’ ratings of accessibility of internship placement at their school determined this category's ranking.

"Despite the issues that arose as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bradley University has remained committed to providing significant experiential learning through its centralized Cooperative Education and Internship Program," said Jon C. Neidy, the executive director of Bradley's Smith Career Center. "Through this program, Bradley students can clarify their career options, gain exposure to their chosen field or industry, develop their professional networks, increase their employability options and connect their academic learning to real-world experiences."

To view a full rundown of the various lists created by Best Value Colleges, visit the Princeton Review's website.

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