Three-quarters of the world’s female full-time MBA candidates are citizens of just three countries.
A new research brief blends insights from GMAC market intelligence and perspectives from school professionals to reflect on women’s full-time MBA recruitment.
In testing year 2017—the period from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017—a greater share of GMAT exams were taken by women than ever before (45%). In fact, over the past five testing years the number of exams taken by women has grown 12 percent. How has this testing growth translated to applicant pools?
Every year, women make immeasurable contributions to the world of business and society overall. For a number of women leaders, a graduate management education was a critical step in their professional development. In recognition of International Women’s Day, GMAC Research has produced two new research documents to share with the GME community.