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Average Test Scores

The average Executive Assessment score in this year’s class is 154. Our new EMBA students are a clever crew. The average GMAT score is 699. These scores are even more impressive when you consider the variety of academic and business backgrounds represented throughout the program. Of this year’s incoming class, 78 percent took the EA and 19 percent took the GMAT; the remaining percentage opted for the GRE.

Average Test Scores
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Our Global Footprint

We have 48 citizenships represented in our global class. That is a lot of languages spoken! This year we also have our first ever Gabonese and Bahrainian students in the program.

Our Global Footprint
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32 Percent Women

Women make up 32 percent of this year’s EMBA class. This is the largest number of female students we’ve ever had! Among these women are data scientists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, engineers, and, of course, mums.

32 Percent Women
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Industry Diversity

There are 28 different industries are represented in our global class. The top five industries this year are technology, energy/oil/utilities, consulting, health care, and investment banking/brokerage. With an average of 13 years of work experience, the EMBA class brings together a remarkable set of expertise.

Industry Diversity
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And One Fun Fact

There is one married couple in our class this year! It’s unusual for married couples to enroll in our program at the same time, but at least they’ll always have someone to compare homework notes with. And long-haul flights are excellent study opportunities.

And One Fun Fact

If you’d like to find out more about this year’s class and meet some of our alumni and students, I encourage you to sign up for an upcoming event—either on campus or virtually. It’s the best way to learn more about the Chicago Booth Executive MBA. We look forward to meeting you soon.

Rachel Waites

Director of Recruitment and Admissions, London

Follow Rachel’s posts for information on admissions, particularly in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions. Rachel also chronicles women’s initiatives and Chicago Booth’s global network.

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