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Hi,

I have noticed that European schools appreciate international exposures a lot - they often ask you to list your international experiences in the application, and I have a hunch that they may admit candidates with significant international experiences/multilingual skills with mediocre GMAT/GPA.

Among the American schools, Tuck seems the only one so far that asks for a list of international exposures in the application. I'm interested in an insight on how much international dimension helps you to get into other top American school.

Any insight will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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Fuqua is definitely big on the global perspective. ~40% of our MBA class are international students. In addition, Fuqua has really been actively pursuing a more international brand with campuses in several different countries.

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