U.S. Schools With The Most International MBAs

Foreign Students In The Top 100 U.S. MBA Programs

 

School Int’l % Int’l # Origin Nations Mean U.S. Salary Mean Int’l Salary
Georgetown (McDonough) 36.9% 195 China 30%

India 25%

Taiwan 7%

$102,475 $100,488
Penn State (Smeal) 36.9% 58 India 64%

China 14%

Taiwan 3%

$97,348 $108,047
Arkansas (Walton) 36.8% 28 China 38%

India 25%

France 8%

$70,222 $54,457
Tulane (Freeman) 36.7% 33 China 33.3%

India 30.3%

S. Korea 9%

$85,621 $70,286
Chicago (Booth) 36.3% 428 N/A $119,172 $118,941
Indiana (Kelley) 35.8% 150 India 50.7%

China 12.9%

S. Korea 8%

$102,642 $106,143
UC Davis 35.8% 34 India 49%

China 40%

Canada 4%

$86,535 $95,823
Maryland (Smith) 35.5% 71 India 33%

China 12%

Japan 5%

$95,541 $85,663
Boston (Questrom) 35.2% 96 India 40%

China 16%

Canada 4%

$100,111 $96,747
Harvard 34.9% 651 N/A $127,874 $125,483
Stanford 34.8% 287 N/A $133,517 $118,498
CUNY Baruch (Zicklin) 34.8% 40 India 46.6%

China 13.3%

Israel 6.6%

$77,645 $77,750
Washington (Foster) 34.7% 86 India 7%

China 4%

Japan 2%

$105,022 $110,286
Auburn (Harbert) 33.8% 22 China 61%

Argentina 1%

Australia 1%

$57,950 $53,202
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 33.5% 141 India 54.3%

China 12.3%

Japan 4.9%

$109,845 $110,249
Massachusetts (Isenberg) 33.3% 15 India 34%

Canada 15%

China 3%

$80,900 N/A
Ohio State (Fisher) 33.2% 73 India 50%

China 13%

Taiwan 7%

$98,400 $104,370
Pennsylvania (Wharton) 33.1% 566 India 14.1

China 13.1%

Canada 7.1%

$124,755 $120,746
Columbia 33.1% 420 N/A N/A N/A
Dartmouth (Tuck) 33% 184 N/A $119,703 $113,943
Pittsburg (Katz) 32.9% 52 India 42.2%

Brazil 23.5%

Czech Rep 5%

$75,774 $89,281
Chapman (Agyros) 32.8% 20 Saudi Arabia 44%

China 22%

Indian 7%

$64,971 $53,736
Buffalo – SUNY 32.5% 67 N/A $58,225 $69,700
Arizona State (Carey) 32.4% 44 India 65%

China 21%

Canada 3%

$93,117 $104,824
Rice (Jones) 32.2% 44 China 21.6%

India 23.4%

Mexico 10.8%

$103,506 $100,667

Source: Business schools reporting to U.S. News

Part of a series on the U.S. job market for international MBAs

Part of a series on the U.S. job market for international MBAs

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