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Indian & Chinese MBA Applicants Face Much Higher Rejection Rates

School Total 2011 

Applicants

International  

Applicants

Int’l Students 

Enrolled

Percentage 

Difference

Washington (Olin) 1,490 70% 35% -35
Emory (Goizueta) 968 58% 34% -24
Duke (Fuqua) 3,452 53% 30% -23
USC (Marshall) 1,826 44% 21% -23
Boston University 1,322 59% 36% -23
Michigan (Ross) 2,929 55% 33% -22
Purdue (Krannert) 679 78% 58% -20
Vanderbilt (Owen) 1,013 45% 25% -20
Texas-Austin (McCombs) 2,253 40% 24% -16
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) 1,720 47% 32% -15
MIT (Sloan) 4,490 52% 38% -14
New York (Stern) 4,416 41% 28% -13
Northwestern (Kellogg) 4,490 45% 34% -11
UCLA (Anderson) 2,727 47% 36% -11
Univ. of Washington (Foster) 558 38% 27% -11

Source: Business schools reporting to Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Notes: Table shows the percentage of international students in the most recent applicant pool for each business school and the percentage of international students who enrolled in the latest entering class in the fall of 2011

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