HBS Class of 2019 Stats Released

by on August 6th, 2017

Curious what it takes to get into HBS? Harvard Business School just released its preliminary stats for the class of 2019 and with an acceptance rate of just 11%, the class is pretty impressive. Harvard strives for an extremely diverse class and a look at the pre-MBA career profile confirms there is no one ideal background admission.

Not surprisingly, consultants represent the highest % of future students, yet former consultants still only account for 16% of the class. This is followed very closely by those with a background in private equity/venture capital and high tech/communications. Other industries are fairly evenly represented and 5% of the class has a military background.

Similarly, the class is geographically and culturally diverse with 35% international students from 70 countries. 26% are of US Ethnic minorities, though this is actually lower than seen recently in some other M7 schools. Females account for 42% of the class. Finally, median GMAT was 730 and average GPA an impressive 3.71. Finally, take a look at how many undergraduate schools send students to HBS! (Data is slightly old but still representative)

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