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Class Profile: MBA Admission Statistics

Gain multiple viewpoints and start to think more strategically about the global economy through diversity in the classroom.

Georgia Tech believes diversity greatly enhances the classroom experience and prepares students to work more effectively in a global marketplace. As shown by the MBA admission statistics below, we hand pick applicants with a variety of backgrounds and skill sets to support our commitment to diversity as well as create an active, progressive learning environment. When the classroom resembles the true nature of international business teams, everyone benefits.

Entering 2015 and 2016:
Total Full-time MBA Students 140
Average Age 28
Women 25%


Admission Statistics

2016 Entering Class: 80% Ranges and Averages:
GMAT Score 620-730 (average 680)
GRE Quantitative Score 158-168 (average 163)
GRE Verbal Score 156-166 (average 161)
Years of Work Experience 2-9 (average 5)
Undergraduate GPA

2.8-3.9 (average 3.4)
Pre-MBA Functional Area

2016 Entering Class:
Operations/Production 25%
Consulting 22%
Marketing/Sales 11%
IT/MIS 10%
Other 9%
General Management 8%
Finance/Accounting 6%
Research/Development 6%
Legal 3%
Pre-MBA Job by Industry

2016 Entering Class:
Technology 15%
Consulting 14%
Healthcare 11%
Manufacturing 11%
Financial Services 9%
Other 9%
Petroleoum/Energy 9%
Nonprofit 8%
Government/Military 5%
Consumer Products 4%
Legal 3%
Hospitality 2%