Wharton and HBS Publish 2017 Class Profiles

Wharton and HBS Publish 2017 Class Profiles

Wharton and Harvard published the profiles of their 2017 classes who begin their MBA studies next month:

The 2017 class profile at Harvard is composed of 948 students accepted out of 9,686 applicants. The acceptance rate stands at 11%. Forty percent of students are women, and 34% are international students. The mean age is 27, median GMAT score is 730 with scores ranging between 510-790. The average GPA is 3.67.

In terms of academic background, 36% of students hail from the exact sciences, while 45% come from business and management with only 19% from the social sciences. In terms of professional background, 17% come from venture capital/private equity, with 16% from consulting, 14% from high-tech and communications, and 11% from financial services.

The 2017 Wharton class profile is composed of 861 students who were accepted out of 6,590 applicants. Women represent 43% of the class and 32% are international students. The mean GMAT score is 732, with scores ranging between 620-790, and length of professional experience averages at five years with a range of 0-16.

In terms of academic background, 42% come from the social sciences, 29% from business management, and 25% from exact sciences. In terms of professional background, 23% hail from consulting, 11% from non-profit services, 11% from banking and investment, and 10% from venture capital/private equity.

By |August 24th, 2015|Harvard MBA, Wharton MBA|Comments Off on Wharton and HBS Publish 2017 Class Profiles
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