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The School of Business Administration's MBA is ranked one of the most international in the nation by US News and World Report 2015 

Graduates from the class of 2015

When it comes to earning an MBA, students from across the globe have their sights set on the U.S. In fact, more than half of prospective MBA students from around the world want to study outside of their home country, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council. Among them, the U.S. is a top choice, with 66 percent hoping to gain admission to an American institution. 

US News and World Report 2015 lists the 10 business schools whose MBA classes are the most international. At these 10 schools, an average 63 percent of 2014 MBA-seekers arrived from other countries. That's compared with an average 33 percent among all 126 ranked schools reporting that figure to U.S. News.

Three-quarters of the 156-person student body at the University of California—Riverside, Anderson Graduate School of Management were from outside the U.S. Syracuse University was close behind, with nearly 70 percent of its 2014 MBA students hailing from beyond the border. 

A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management welcomed the 2015 incoming class of 191 students in its master’s programs, representing 15 countries -- China, Taiwan, U.S., Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Ecuador, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Republic of Korea, and Pakistan.

 



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