New GMAC research finds that Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (Brexit) has so far had little impact on international candidates’ interest in studying in the UK.
Topics: Application Trends
Findings from this year’s Application Trends Survey show that more programs report application growth among women than men.
The October 31 webinar will introduce a new framework to facilitate discussions about, and between, different types of business master’s programs.
Findings from this year’s Application Trends Survey highlight shifting application patterns for international candidates in 2018.
New survey report highlights steady overall application volumes as regional shifts in demand continue to shape the market.
Boost your application engagement through a data-driven strategy with this case study and set of best practices from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
A new GMAC research brief explores trends in bachelor’s degree conferrals to identify opportunities to grow the US candidate pipeline.
In GMAC Research’s annual Forward-Looking Review webinar in January, we discussed how an important trend we’d be continuing to watch closely in 2018 is international student mobility, which in 2017 saw significant shifts that impacted many programs’ overall application volumes. A new data brief from GMAC Research, published on gmac.com this week, shows that halfway through the current admissions cycle many U.S. business school programs are continuing to see declining interest from international candidates.