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Stanford GSB Class of 2015 Profile

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Here’s a glance at Stanford GSB’s class of 2015 (from Stanford’s website):

• Total applicants: 7,108
• Total new students: 406
• Women: 41%
• International students: 35%
• U.S. minorities: 21%
• Range of years of work experience: 0-12 years
• Average years of work experience: 4
• Average GMAT: 732
• Complete GMAT range (lowest and highest scores): 550-790 (note that there were no perfect scores)
• Advanced degree holders: 15%
• Undergraduate majors:

- Business (14%)
- Engineering, math, or natural sciences (35%)
- Humanities or social sciences (51%)

• Industry experience:

Consulting 20%
Private equity or venture capital 17%
Government, military, or nonprofit 13%
Technology 12%
Consumer products and services 11%
Financial services 10%
Biotech or health care 5%
Clean tech, energy, or environmental 5%
Entertainment or media 4%
Manufacturing 3%
Other 1%

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