Wharton 2016 Class Profile

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DSCN9362-300x225Let’s take a look at the 2016 class at Wharton. Last year’s stats are in parentheses.

•Total applicants: 6,111 (6,036)

•Enrolled class: 859 (837)

•Women: 40% (42%)

•International students: 31% (35%)

•U.S. minorities: (30%) 30%

•Range of years of work experience: 0-16 (0-13)

•Mean years of work experience: 5 (5)

•GMAT range: 620-780

•Mean overall GMAT: 728 (725)

•Middle 80% GMAT range: 710-750 (690-760)

•Undergraduate majors:

- STEM: 23% (25%)

- Business: 27% (28%)

- Humanities/social sciences/economics: 45% (44%)

- Other: 5% (3%)

Industry experience:

Consulting 20% (20%)
Private Equity/Venture Capital 12% (12%)
Investment Banking 9% (12%)
Government/Military/Non-Profit 13% (11%)
Consumer Products/Retail/Health Care/Energy 12% (10%)
Other Financial Services 7% (8%)
Technology/Internet/E-Commerce 6% (6%)
Investment Management 6% (4%)
Real Estate 2% (3%)
Other Industries 9% (14%)

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The class profile information is from Wharton’s website.

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