Both our undergraduate and graduate student populations represent the School’s global emphasis.
30% of our undergraduates and 28% of our graduate students are international. Undergraduate students come from 68 countries, and graduate students come to Boston University School of Management from 76 countries.
In contrast to many management schools, our students include a well-represented female population. 50% of our undergraduates and 34% of our graduate students are female.
Figures as of October 2012; figures may vary slightly from year to year.
|Master’s candidates||Full-time: 325
|Specialty Master’s candidates||112|
Each year, the School’s graduates are offered better positions, higher salaries, and more attention from top recruiters. Even in a difficult employment climate, our 2011 Full-Time MBA Class reported an 87% employment rate. Our undergraduate students also report outstanding success in securing jobs before and within a few months of graduation, with starting salaries of graduates 12% above the national average.