By The Numbers: Wharton’s MBA Class of 2019

Some insightful facts and figures about the newly arrived MBA class


Total Students:
 

Total Applications Received:

Countries Represented:

including Burkina Faso, Slovakia, Vietnam and Trinidad and Tobago

Students with work experiences in tech/internet vs. investment banking:

U.S. students of color (African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian descent, and multi-ethnic backgrounds):

Students who were STEM majors in college:

or 32 percent (up from 28 percent last year)

Female students:

(compared to 43 percent for Yale School of Management and 42 percent for both Harvard and Kellogg)

Highest GMAT Score:

Mean GRE Quant Score:

(This is the first class whose GRE scores have been disclosed)

Students enrolled in Health Care Management, Lauder Management & International Studies, and JD/MBA programs, respectively:

Students with work experience in finance:

Mean years of work experience (with the range from 0 to 14 years):

 

Published as “Future Stargazing’” in the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Wharton Magazine.

 

 

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