Stanford Apps Down 8.9%; Fewer Women

Stanford’s Class of 2013 versus Classes of 2012-2010

CharacteristicClass of 2013Class of 2012Class of 2011Class of 2010
Class Size396389385370
Applications6,6187,2047,5366,575
Women35%39%34%36%
International38%37%33%34%
U.S. Minority29%23%21%24%
Work Experience4 years4 years4 years3.9 years
Work Exp. Range0-180-130-210-11
GMAT Average731728730*730*
GMAT Range530-790580-790540-800530-790
TOEFL Average111113112280
TOEFL Range100-119101-119104-120253-287
Countries Represented56535353
Schools Represented154154151148
Undergraduate Majors:
Business20%19%17%19%
Engineering/Math35%31%36%35%
Humanities45%50%47%46%
Pre-MBA Work:
Consulting16%20%20%17%
Finance28%26%30%30%
Non-Profit13%8%9%11%
High Tech10%8%6%9%

Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business School Profiles.

Notes: TOEFL scores and ranges are Internet-based as of the Class of 2011. GMAT average for 2011 and 2010 not readily available. Median scores used for those years. Engineering and Math category for undergraduate majors includes natural sciences, while humanities category includes social sciences. Finance category in pre-MBA work includes private equity and venture capital; non-profit includes military and government.

DON’T MISS: HARVARD CLASS OF 2013 PROFILE or WHARTON CLASS OF 2013 PROFILE