Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond No. 4 for international business education on its list of top undergraduate business schools by specialty. It is the third year running that the school ranked in the top five.

The Robins School is one of only two Virginia business schools that made the top 10, ahead of the University of Virginia at No. 5. Rankings are determined by responses collected from senior business students from the 124 participating schools.

"The Robins School’s mission is to prepare our students to be leaders in the global environment. Our continued high Bloomberg Businessweek international business ranking attests to the dedication of our faculty, staff and administration to accomplishing this mission," said Tom Cossé, associate dean for international business programs at the Robins School.

Bloomberg Businessweek previously ranked the Robins School’s overall undergraduate program No. 17. The magazine ranked the Robins accounting program No. 7, the only Virginia business school in the top 10. Richmond’s MBA program was named one of the top 20 part-time MBA programs in the country in 2012.