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Bloomberg Businessweek: 2

News World Report: 4

Financial Times: 4

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Median Base Salary: $125,000

Median Salary with Bonus: $195,322

% Employed After Graduation: 88.0

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"Essays help us learn about who you are rather than solely what you have done. Other parts of the application give insight to your academic and professional accomplishments; the essays reveal the person behind those achievements. When writing your essays, our best advice is simple: answer the question. Resist the urge to package yourself into what you think Stanford wants to see. Doing so will only prevent us from understanding who you really are and what you hope to accomplish. The most impressive essays are the most authentic. Essay Questions We request that you write two personal essays. The personal essays give us glimpses of your character and hopes. In each essay, we want to hear your genuine voice. Think carefully about your values, passions, aims, and dreams prior to writing them. Essay A: What matters most to you, and why? For this essay, we would like you to: Do some deep self-examination, so you can genuinely illustrate who you are and how you came to be the person you are. Share the insights, experiences, and lessons that shaped your perspectives, rather than focusing merely on what youve done or accomplished. Write from the heart, and illustrate how a person, situation, or event has influenced you. Focus on the why rather than the what. Essay B: Why Stanford? Enlighten us on how earning your MBA at Stanford will enable you to realize your ambitions. Explain your decision to pursue graduate education in management. Explain the distinctive opportunities you will pursue at Stanford. If you are applying to both the MBA and MSx programs, use Essay B to address your interest in both programs. Length Your answers for both essay questions combined may not exceed 1,150 words (1,200 words if you are applying to both the MBA and MSx programs). Each of you has your own story to tell, so please allocate these words between the essays in the way that is most effective for you. Below is a suggested word count, based on what we typically see. Essay Suggested Word Count Essay A 750 Essay B 400 Essay B (if applying to both the MBA and MSx programs) 450 Formatting Double-spaced Indicate the question you are answering at the beginning of each essay (does not count toward the word limit) Number all pages Upload one document that includes both essays Be sure to save a copy of your essays, and preview the uploaded document to ensure that the formatting is preserved. Editing Your Essays Begin work on the essays early to give yourself time to reflect, write, and edit. Feel free to ask friends or family members for feedback, especially about whether the tone and voice sound like you. Your family and friends know you better than anyone. If they think the essays do not capture who you are, how you live, what you believe, and what you aspire to do, then surely we will be unable to recognize what is most distinctive about you."

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Full-Time Key Statistics

Full-Time MBA Students: 417

Average GMAT: 737

GMAT Score Range: 590-790

Average Age: 28.0

Average Work Experience: 4.0 Years

Rolling Admissions: No

% Students who are Women: 41.0%

International Students: 40.0%

Number of Applicants: 8116

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Deadline 1: 09/19/2017

Deadline 2: 01/10/2018

Deadline 3: 04/04/2018

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