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I've had some questions regarding MBA program demographics. Some data, such as the gender representation of each school, are readily available. Other data are rarely reported together- hence this effort here. This thread is meant to provide some idea of the differences across top cluster schools. It is not meant to be an exhaustive collection of data.

Note: Based on the data available, I have intermingled data from different years. Since this presentation is only intended to give an impression of the diversity of top cluster programs, I believe that it is a reasonable practice in light of this purpose.
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Percentage of students who majored in business as undergraduates:

UVA 06: 34
Northwestern 07: 23
UCLA 06: 22
Columbia 07 : 22
Michigan 07: 21
Yale 06: 19
UC Berkeley 07: 16
Stanford 06: 16
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2005, 11:02
Percentage of Students with Background in Consulting

UC Berkeley: 18
Stanford 06: 18
UCLA 06: 15
Columbia 07: 14
NYU 07: 12
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2005, 11:16
Mean Work Experience in Years

Stanford: 4 (4.0?)
UCLA: 4.7
Univ of Chicago: 4.8
NYU: 4.9
Columbia: 5 (5.0?)
Michigan: 5 (5.0?)
Northwestern: 5.2
MIT: 5.4
Duke: 5.6
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