The number of current or former military service men and women enrolled in our programs at this time.
The percent of MBA and MSF minority students employed after graduation.
The year we became a partner with the Forté Foundation, an organization that helps launch women into careers in business. Since then, we have named 200+ women as Forté Fellows.
No matter where we find ourselves on a particular ranking in any given year, you will always find Vanderbilt in the top five to 10 percent of all business schools around the world.
On average, the percentage of MBA summer internships that result in full-time offers of employment.
The percentage of Vanderbilt MBA students from the class of 2020 that are married or engaged.
The number of years Project Pyramid consulting projects have been impacting social enterprise throughout the world.
Vanderbilt's place in The Economist's most recent global ranking for Alumni Ranking of Career Services. (2018)
The number of professional, affinity and special interest clubs our students are involved with - and lead.
According to Forbes magazine, the number of years that it takes a Vanderbilt MBA to earn back the full investment of the two-year degree.
The percent of LGBTQI MBA students receiving scholarships.
Our rank on the Princeton Review Best Business Schools 2019 list for Best Professors, based on student and alumni surveys.
Financial Times 2019 ranked Vanderbilt's MBA program #8 in the U.S. for careers services, #9 globally.
Financial Times found we ranked high in career progress. This was based on level of seniority and size of company our alumni work in now, compared with before their MBA.
Financial Times ranked us high for salary percentage increase based on our alumni's increase in average salary from before the MBA to now.
Bloomberg Businessweek reported that recruiters ranked our MBA graduates #6 in innovation and creativity.