MSU bests U-M on top-recruited university rankings
The University of Michigan was bested by rival Michigan State University in a recent New York Times list of the 150 top-recruited universities worldwide.
The Times compiled the list, released last month, by asking hundreds of business leaders from 10 countries which schools most of their recruits hailed from.
While U-M came in at 52nd place, MSU ranked 39th. Of schools in North America, MSU ranked 20th and U-M assumed the 24th spot.
Ohio State University ranked 69th overall. University of Notre Dame ranked 83.
Also ahead of U-M were Harvard and Yale universities, the University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania and University of North Carolina, among other schools.
Countries surveyed were Britain, Brazil, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Canada, Netherlands, Spain and the United States. Schools from all over the world were ranked.
Check out the Times survey here.