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Women Now Make Up 40% of Students at Top MBA Programs | Fortune

[Research Series] "...The good news: More women are enrolling in full-time MBA programs. The bad news: The pace of change isn’t exactly breathtaking."

[From fortune.com] “…The good news: More women are enrolling in full-time MBA programs. The bad news: The pace of change isn’t exactly breathtaking.”

“A new report reveals that the average enrollment of women in full-time MBA programs at 36 business schools climbed from 32% to 36% between 2011 and 2015. At 12 of the schools—including Harvard Business School, Yale School of Management, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University—women account for at least 40% of students.”

“The report comes from Forté Foundation, a nonprofit consortium of companies, business schools and the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), and included enrollment figures from the 36 schools that are Forté members…”


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