Here’s a look at the Wharton MBA class of 2021 profile, taken from the Wharton website.
- Percent female: 47%
- International students: 30%
- U.S. students of color: 36% (students of African-American, Asian-American, Native American/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian descent & multiethnic backgrounds)
- LGBT students: 5%
- Countries represented: 64
- Work experience (overall range): 0-16 years
- Mean years work experience: 5
- GMAT score (overall range): 540-790
- GMAT mean score: 732
- GRE mean Verbal score: 162
- GRE mean Quant score: 162
- GRE mean Writing score: 4.8
- GPA average: 3.6
- Integrated programs: Wharton offers 3 fully integrated interdisciplinary programs at the University of Pennsylvania – The Carey JD/MBA, Lauder MBA/MA in International Studies, and Health Care Management.
• Number of applications: 5,905
• Enrolled class: 856
Previous industry experience
|Other Financial Services||6%|
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