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Undergraduate business students such as those shown above tend to go into finance and accounting after graduation. At the MBA level, it's a different story—36% go into marketing and sales while just 15% go into finance and accounting. By graduation, 68% of MBA students have gotten their first job offers.
Before beginning the MBA program, students have, on average, five-and-a-half years of work experience. The class is 38% women and 12% minorities. About a quarter of students are from foreign countries. Although not all MBAs majored in business as undergrads, the majority—73%—did.