UVa Graduate Schools Get High Rankings

March 30, 2007

The UVa School of Medicines has received its highest ever ranking in U.S. News and World Report. Along with the school of medicine many other UVa graduate programs were ranked highly.

The School of Medicine improved its ranking to 23rd in the nation for research intensive schools. It's the only medical school in Virginia to be included in the top 50 and one of just six schools in the mid-Atlantic to be in the top 30.

The School of Law remained in the top 10 nationally tied for 10th with Duke University. The Darden School of Business placed 12th, up one spot from last year and the Curry School of Education was ranked 24th.

For a comprehensive overview of the university's rankings visit the website below.

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