Business schools agree on the need for more diverse classrooms but diversity means different things to different schools. We’re here to help.
GMAC regularly develops and shares insights arising from our research suite to shine a spotlight on the state of diversity in the GME pipeline in the context of a diverse world.
In partnership with globalsojourn, a marketing strategy firm, GMAC conducted research to learn more about the URP recruitment success of for-profit GME programs and what possible implications may be for nonprofit programs in their efforts to increase diversity in their applicant pools.
Women in GME
When a full-time MBA programs achieves gender parity it is to be celebrated, but all too few programs achieve this goal. Our Research Brief will give you new perspectives on how to move the needle on women’s applications and enrolment in your full-time MBA program.
Every year, to coincide with women’s day, GMAC releases a snapshot of women and business schools. In 2018 we also highlighted the professional and personal success many female alumnae have found through starting their own business.
Insights developed from the mba.com prospective student survey can help your school plan and execute diversity recruitment initiatives for specific groups: