[MBA Information] The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Chicago University’s Booth School of Business is one of the world’s leading and premier business schools, especially at a graduate level. Here are some quick facts and statistics about the university, including its acceptance rate, tuition and score requirements.
Chicago University’s Booth School of Business is the second oldest business school in the US, and it was the first university to offer an EMBA program. The school was rechristened in 2008 after a $300 million endowment made my alumnus David G Booth. The school has the third-largest endowment of any business school in the world.
Programs Offered (for MBA)
1) Full-Time MBA- including the international MBA and joint degree students. (estm. 1161 students)
2) Evening MBA- 1119 students
3) Weekend MBA- 354 students
4) Executive MBA- 539 students
Student Ratio: 42% international students and 42% female students