By The Numbers
On average, the number of students enrolled in any given electives class.
The percent of the Class of 2020 who had received an offer at three months post-graduation.
The number of metropolitan areas across the United States where our MBA Class of 2020 accepted employment.
The number of companies with which we have a recruiting relationship for our MBA students.
The percentage of Vanderbilt MBA students from the Class of 2020 who reported that Vanderbilt resources connected them to their accepted, full-time job offers.
Our 2020 graduating class received the highest all-time average base salary. This represents a 6% increase over the prior year—our previous all time high.
The number of current or former military service men and women enrolled in our programs at this time.
The percent of MBA and MSF underrepresented minority students employed after graduation.
No matter where we find ourselves on a particular ranking in any given year, you will always find Vanderbilt in the top 5 to 10 percent of all business schools around the world.
The percentage of Vanderbilt MBA students from the class of 2022 that are married or engaged.
The percent of LGBTQIA+ MBA students receiving scholarships.
Our rank on the Princeton Review Best Business Schools 2021 list for Best Professors, based on student and alumni surveys.
Financial Times 2020 ranked Vanderbilt's MBA program #5 in the U.S. for careers services, #6 globally.
The number of companies hiring members of the Classes of 2020 and 2021.
The number of companies the MBA Class of 2020 interned over the summer.
The number years in a row, 100% of the employment-seeking first-year MBAs received and accepted an offer for a 10–12 week summer internship.
The rank bestowed on the Owen Graduate School of Management by The Princeton Review for Most Family-Friendly MBA. (2021)
The average years of work experience for the MBA Class of 2023