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I've been trying to find the acceptance rate for Cornell's one-year program to no avail. Has anyone seen those statistics?
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Hi and welcome to GMAT Club!

Interesting question. I have looked through the US News premium data and I can't seem to find it either. With the enrollment of 69 people, I am not sure they would have it split out vs the 280 of the other program. Interesting enough, the US News data includes only the 2-year program and not the 1-year MBA program which means the 1-year program flies somewhat under the radar, which may mean not as zealously focused on quantitative aspects.

Looking through our data in the Decision tracker, we have 51 applicants in the last 3 years so a decent size sample for a program of 69 people. Out of those applicants in the last 3 years, 29 actually got in.

While this is NOT an official admit rate by any means, in the absence of it, this is probably the best data sample there is - 29/51 or 57% Admit Rate per GMAT Club data.

P.S. This seems high at first but keep in mind that the 2-year program has a 33% admit rate, so it could be around 50% easily. The program data shows the average GMAT for 1-year program is 690 vs 699 for the FT 2-year program, which leads me to believe the admit requirements may not be as high, at least quantitatively on the GMAT side.
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