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Introducing the Simon School of Business MBA Class of 2015

The Simon School MBA Admissions office is pleased to introduce and welcome the full-time MBA class of 2015!  We have students hailing from 15 different countries, including China, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Nigeria, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, the United States, and Vietnam.  The Class of 2015 who started in either the summer or fall academic terms are a diverse group of students – 31% of the class is Female and 21% of the class identifies themselves as an under-represented minority (African-American or Hispanic-American).

On average, the incoming class has more than five years of full-time experience, and has worked at such companies as Accenture, AT&T, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Boys & Girls Club of America, Deloitte Touche & Tohmatsu, District of Columbia Public Schools, Ernst & Young, Franklin Templeton Investments, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Infosys, Mizuho Securities, Nielsen Company, Nomura Securities, Paychex, Inc., Prudential Financial, Reckitt Benckiser, The Vanguard Group, and UnitedHealthcare.

MBA Class of 2015

These students represent more than 30 different types of undergraduate majors ranging from Accounting to American Studies, Business to Biology, Communication to Computer Science, Engineering to English, and Political Science to Psychology.

As the class of 2015 begins their journey toward the Simon MBA – we welcome and celebrate their past accomplishments and wish them all the best in their graduate studies and professional advancement.

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