Women in Business 2018
Women in business continue to make great strides each year and many have their graduate management education to thank for their progress. According to a recent 2018 alumni perspectives survey by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), two in three part-time MBA alumnae agree they received more promotions than their peers without a degree. Also, both part-time and full-time MBA grads over the past two years enjoyed a $20k immediate salary growth following graduation.
In addition, alumnae found their graduate management education rewarding personally (93%), professionally (86%) and financially (66%). And they are willing to pay it forward. 94% of alumnae would recruit a student for a job from their alma mater.
Take a look at the infographic below for more women in business statistics.
Breaking Barriers…for the Next Generation
At George Mason’s School of Business, we are taking steps to support women. George Mason School of Business’ Women in Business Initiative aims to provide a unique platform of engagement for professional development and networking and to build a supportive network of female business professionals that will open doors for our current female students, our female alumni, and other businesswomen, alike.
At Mason, female students make up 45% of the Mason MBA program.
Located in the metro Washington, D.C., area, the George Mason MBA Program, prepares the next generation of business leaders through a rigorous, stimulating business and management curriculum based on a global perspective, industry demand, and leadership. It prepares MBA degree graduates with the skills they need to pursue the careers they want.
The Mason MBA program is ranked #53 on the “Best Part-time MBA” list by U. S. News & World Report. Dedicated career services staff offers personalized career consulting services to students during the MBA program and alumni after graduation.
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