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Many B-schools hold special events that allow students to learn more about each other's traditions and cultures. After all, a third (or more) of the students at a typical U.S. MBA program are from other countries. Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business hosts an International Festival each year featuring dances, songs, skits, and a fashion show performed by students (as well as some faculty and staff). The festival also showcases cuisines from all over the world, recognizing the 51 countries represented at the MBA program.
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