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Number of Indians to get selected for an MBA per year

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In the 2018 MBA Rankings, I see 75 total B-schools in the US.

Schools - 75
No. of Total Students - 12976
No. of International Students (Approx 35%) - 4500
No. of Indian Students (Approx) - 1500 (??)
No. of Indian Applications (Approx) - 5000 (??)

Anyone has an idea about the approx success ratio for each Indian MBA applicant?
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Do not know where the Chinese community is in MBA?
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Total International - 4500
Indians - 1500

Out of the rest 3000 would be Chinese, Africans, Latin Americans, Europeans, Australians etc.

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In the 2018 MBA Rankings, I see 75 total B-schools in the US.

Schools - 75
No. of Total Students - 12976
No. of International Students (Approx 35%) - 4500
No. of Indian Students (Approx) - 1500 (??)
No. of Indian Applications (Approx) - 5000 (??)

Anyone has an idea about the approx success ratio for each Indian MBA applicant?


The numbers would be fewer than that. I am curious - how does this matter? OR, how does this help you?
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The success ratio for the overall Indian applicant doesn't matter. Each school has different criteria for evaluating the candidate.

The better option would be researching each school on its acceptance rate, how your profile stands with the current students, How well you write your essays, GMAT/GRE etc.

So please don't delve into statistics that doesn't matter!
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