By Mackenzie Burckbuchler
The Vanderbilt MBA Class of 2023 arrived on campus in August. Representing 27 countries in total and coming to Vanderbilt from 132 companies, this class will benefit from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Over the next 2 years, these MBA candidates will learn from each other as they further develop their professional skills and advance towards their career goals. As they learn through immersion and pursue their areas of interest, this class will inevitably make their mark at Vanderbilt.
For more information on Vanderbilt’s newest MBAs, read the class snapshot below and visit our MBA program page to learn more.
Class Size: 182
Median GPA: 3.33
Average GMAT Score: 690
GMAT Range (middle 80%): 630-740
Women (% of class): 37%
Minorities (% of U.S. Citizens): 23%
International Students (% of class): 25%*
Military (% of class): 15%
Average years of work experience: 5.7
Total Companies Represented: 132
*Includes dual citizenship and permanent residents.
Geographic Representation (U.S. Specific):
Top Undergraduate Institutions Represented:
There are 117 undergraduate institutions represented in the Vanderbilt MBA Class of 2023.
- United States Military Academy at West Point
- University of Texas at Austin
- University of Tennessee at Knoxville
- University of Virginia
- Pennsylvania State University
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Vanderbilt University
- Auburn University
- Duke University
- Miami University
- Purdue University
- University of Michigan
International countries represented (27 total):
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
For more information on the Vanderbilt MBA Class of 2023, visit the MBA Class Profile page.