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Graduate Management Admission Council, 2018
Every year, a growing number of women break out on their own as entrepreneurs. According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, female total entrepreneurial activity has increased by 10 percent in the last two years, and the gender gap in entrepreneurial participation has narrowed by 5 percent. For many of these women, a graduate business degree…
Descriptors: Females, Business Schools, Entrepreneurship, College Students
Hazenbush, Matt – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2018
Part-time MBA programs, designed specifically for the busy, early-to-mid-career working professional, are for many Americans what first comes to mind at the mention of "going to business school." In recent years the overall demand for part-time MBA programs in the United States appears to have stagnated. Since 2009, each year most…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Part Time Students, Business Schools
Graduate Management Admission Council, 2017
The Alumni Perspectives Survey was conducted online from September to November, 2016. Survey respondents currently work in 122 countries/regions worldwide and represent three generations of graduate business alumni. Findings highlight the successful outcomes of nearly 15,000 business school alumni who decided to meet the economic challenges of a…
Descriptors: Alumni, Attitude Measures, Business Administration Education, Graduate Study
Graduate Management Admission Council, 2017
The Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) exam was developed to assess skills most relevant to student success in graduate business programs and to help business schools select qualified applicants. In recent years, the average GMAT exam score of the admitted class of leading graduate business programs has risen, raising questions about the…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Business Schools, College Entrance Examinations, Graduate Study
Graduate Management Admission Council, 2017
This white paper shares insights about women's motivations to pursue graduate management education (GME), their approach to the application journey, and the biggest challenges they face along the way. These insights are examined in the context of the Graduate Management Admission Council's (GMAC's) recent global GME candidate segmentation study…
Descriptors: Females, Graduate Students, Business Administration Education, Management Development
Daniel, Rhonda – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2017
This 2017 summary report presents findings from the annual GMAC "mba.com Prospective Students Survey," which collected data from more than 11,000 prospective business school students who registered on mba.com from February to December 2016. The findings explore the career goals, preferred program types, and intended study destinations of…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Masters Programs, Career Choice, College Choice
Hazenbush, Matt – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2017
The Master in Business Administration (MBA) is a well-traveled path for experienced students to prepare for leadership positions in organizations around the world. Though many business schools have long offered programs specifically designed for students with little to no professional experience, this has recently become a notable growth area in…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, Masters Programs, Foreign Countries
Bruggeman, Paula; Chan, Hillary – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2016
This white paper, highlights the advancement of women in the workplace, in higher education, and in graduate business education, in particular, and discusses the barriers and obstacles that impede women from progressing to the top levels of business leadership. It offers some thoughts on how changing the gender dynamics in businesses and in…
Descriptors: Females, Womens Education, Graduate Study, Business Administration Education
Daniel, Rhonda; Caruthers, Devina – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2016
This white paper, "Understanding Underrepresented Populations in the Business School Pipeline," examines the shifting US racial and ethnic demographics and projected growth among US minority populations and the challenges--and incentives--these developments pose for US business schools to increase the opportunities for minority students…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Minority Group Students
White, Sabrina; Rea, Jeff – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2016
This white paper, "Increasing Graduate Management Education Candidate Diversity: Improving Attraction to Underrepresented Segments," presents findings from a research study that GMAC commissioned from globalsojourn, a market strategy and research firm, to gain insights into the dynamics of the perceptions and interest of U.S.…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Administrator Education, Business Administration Education, Student Diversity
Schoenfeld, Gregg – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2015
Graduate business school students worldwide typically are motivated to pursue management education to achieve three objectives: to advance their careers, to increase their earning potential, and to develop their business knowledge, skills, and abilities. Once they graduate, these business school alumni discover many paths to fulfilling careers,…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Business Administration Education, Alumni, Annual Reports
Graduate Management Admission Council, 2015
To commemorate International Women's Day on March 8, 2015, GMAC prepared this Data-to-Go brief as a summary of current GMAT test taker and research data about women in the business school pipeline. Findings in this Data-to-Go report are derived from several sources of GMAT test taker data and GMAC surveys conducted in 2014 and 2015. In testing…
Descriptors: Womens Education, Graduate Students, Business Administration Education, Student Surveys
Schoenfeld, Gregg – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2015
This 2015 "mba.com Prospective Students Survey Report" explores the motivations, career goals, preferred program types, financial choices, decision time lines, and intended study destinations of individuals interested in pursuing a graduate management education. Findings analyzed in the report represent responses from nearly 12,000…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Business Administration Education, College Admission, Graduate Study
Schoenfeld, Gregg – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2014
Alumni are a powerful force in building a business school's brand. They recommend programs to prospective students, they connect current students to job opportunities, and they contribute significantly to building a school's legacy. The findings in the 2014 Alumni Perspectives Survey Report provide a current snapshot of nearly 21,000 business…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Alumni, Annual Reports, Business Administration Education
Worthington, Rebecca; Bruggeman, Paula – Graduate Management Admission Council, 2014
Now in its 15th year, the Graduate Management Admission Council's assessment of application volume trends for graduate management programs offers timely insights into demographic shifts and other factors defining the candidate pools for the 2014 application cycle. Responses collected in the 2014 survey represent a record-breaking total of 748 MBA,…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Business Administration Education, Masters Programs, Doctoral Programs
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