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Graduate Management Admission Council

This latest report in the GMAC® Data-to-Go Series looks at regional differences in demographics, motivations, and preferred study destinations of individuals pursuing graduate management education around the world. Key themes of student demographics, GMAT score-sending destinations, program preferences, and career intentions appear in data throughout. Findings in this Data-to-Go brief are derived primarily from two sources of information, including: (1) A total of 238,356 GMAT exams taken by prospective business school students worldwide, and the 675,733 GMAT score reports they sent to business schools in testing year 2013; and (2) Responses from 12,328 prospective graduate management students worldwide who registered on mba.com and participated in the GMAC mba.com Prospective Students Survey in calendar year 2013. Select county/regional examples discussed in this Data-to-Go include: (1) United States; (2) Canada; (3) China; (4) India; (5) Africa; (6) Europe; and (7) Emerging Markets for Students: Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Mexico, and Brazil.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Graduate Study, Business Administration Education, Demography, Career Planning, Student Surveys, Scores, School Location, College Choice, Higher Education

Graduate Management Admission Council. 11921 Freedom Drive Suite 300, Reston, VA 20190. Tel: 866-505-6559; Tel: 703-668-9600; Fax: 703-668-9601; e-mail: customercare[at]gmac.com; Web site: http://www.gmac.com





Author: Briggs, Tracey

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=4575&id=ED555843







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