A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post about international students at the top 10 US universities. In that post, I broke down the percentage of international students at each of those 10 universities.
Today, we’re going to look at international students at the top 10 US business schools (rankings according to the US News Report for 2016). As business becomes more global, having an international student body becomes increasingly important. So, which b-schools have the highest percentage of international students? Find out below.
International Students at the Top 10 US B-Schools
1. Stanford University–44% international students
44% of GSB’s class of 2016 hold a passport from outside the US.
2. Harvard University–34% international students
34% of the class of 2016 hail from outside the US.
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3. University of Pennsylvania, Wharton–36% international students
At Wharton, 36% of your classmates will be international.
4. University of Chicago, Booth–37% international students
The class of 2015 was made up of 37% international students.
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5. MIT, Sloan–38%
The MBA program at Sloan has 38% non-US citizens.
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6. Northwestern University, Kellogg–40% international students
More stats here.
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7. University of California, Berkeley, Haas–40%
The class of 2017 is comprised of 40% international students. (PS. Go bears!)
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8. Columbia University–42%
International citizens make up 42% of Columbia Business School’s incoming class.
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9. Dartmouth College, Tuck–35% international students
2016’s class is 35% international. More fun facts here.
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10. University of Virginia, Darden–36% international students
36% of Darden’s class of 2016 was born outside the US.
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