and diverse students join Kellogg
Kellogg School's full-time Class of 2009 consists of 34 percent
women, 22 percent minorities and 34 percent who are non-U.S.
citizens. Incoming students represent 48 different countries
including the United States. On average, they are 28 years
old and share more than 3,000 years of collective work experience.
class is as engaged as it is eclectic. Among their many accomplishments,
class members have co-founded a nonprofit that helps grant
the wishes of dying children, completed two tours of duty
in Iraq and received two gold stars, published a book, worked
at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, launched Apple Online in Korea,
worked for the NASA Human Spaceflight program and volunteered
with the Peace Corps in Romania.
were 4,188 applications for the Full-Time MBA Program this
past year, resulting in an incoming class of 614 students.
The mean GMAT score of the entering class is 704 and the median
in the class hail from around the globe, including 17 percent
from Asia; 1 percent from Eastern and Central Europe and Central
Asia; 3 percent from Western Europe; 5 percent from Latin
America and the Caribbean; 1 percent from Africa; 1 percent
from the Middle East 70 percent from North America.