As summer comes to a close and students return to campuses and classrooms, head to GMAC’s updated Research Library to find new, easy ways to sort through our latest releases.
Promoting diversity in business education is not without its challenges, particularly in the current sociopolitical climate. The ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have intensified imbalances among candidates, with one of the hardest-hit groups being Black professionals.
Topics: Research Insights, graduate business school candidate, graduate business school, MBA Program, business school, pandemic, graduate management education, MBA, business school admissions, candidate insights, candidate research, COVID-19, graduate school, research report, research brief, Graduate Management Admission Council, MBA candidate, COVID
This year, more than half of European business school programs reported a stable or growing number of applications from women, a statistic that represents the progress being made in encouraging women into business. However, to advance further toward gender parity, it is vital that business schools understand and acknowledge this unique demographic.
Topics: Research Insights, Women, graduate business school candidate, part-time MBA program, graduate business school, MBA Program, MBA admissions, Business school application, business school, Women in Business, Full-time MBA, MBA, candidate insights, candidate research, test scores, research brief, MBA candidate
International students have by and large favored two destinations for GME—Europe and the United States. Today, though, another region is vying for the top spot: Asia.
Topics: Prospective Students, Application Trends, Research Insights, graduate business school candidate, graduate business school, business school, diversity, graduate management education, Student Survey, GMAT exam, candidate insights, candidate research, test scores, research report, research brief