The year the Owen Graduate School of Management was founded. The school started with 10 students and 10 faculty members in a former funeral home. Today, Owen is ranked among the top business schools in the world.
The number of strategic goals against which we measure our success. 1. The career success and impact of our graduates. 2. Recognition of our faculty for thought leadership. 3. Programs that are highly regarded by our peers and the business community.
In any given year, the number of new students we enroll across all of our one- and two-year degree programs. (We're small. We like it that way.)
The number of branches of the United States military (that's all of them) represented by Vanderbilt Business students and graduates. Military men and women bring proven leadership skills to the program.
The percentage of first-year MBA students who participated in one of the three leadership development approach options.
The number of hours the Leadership Development team spends with first- and second-year MBA students in one-on-one meetings, helping them work toward their leadership goals.
The average number of second-year MBA club officers that take advantage of Leadership Development programming designed specifically for them.
The number of approach options MBA students can tailor to create their first-year leadership development experience.
The number of hours LDP spends helping first-year MBA students choose their approach option.
The number of core competencies that employers prize and that MBA students work on most frequently in the Leadership Development Program.
The percentage of MBA classmates you will know by name. Our program is small by design.
The percent of the Class of 2019 who had received an offer at three months post-graduation.
The percentage of first-year MBA students seeking an internship that accepted an internship offer by June.
The number of career workshops and career speaker sessions held this fall for our MBA students. Each session is an opportunity to take the next step in achieving your goals.
The number of metropolitan areas across the United States where our MBA Class of 2019 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 2019 who reported that Vanderbilt resources connected them to their accepted, full-time job offers.
Our 2019 graduating class received the highest all-time average base salary. This represents a 7% increase over the prior year—our previous all time high.