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The Power of FOX is knowing how to solve problems. Not just talk about them. It all starts with Fox's innovative curriculum — and ends with you being ready to meet any challenge.

Global MBA program ranked top 50

The Fox School of Business full-time Global MBA program ascended 10 places, to No. 48 nationally, in the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

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Global MBA ranked best in the nation for job-placement

The Fox School's Global MBA program boasts a job-placement rate “better than any other school in the country” according to Forbes.

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Fox MBA Ranked Top 45

The Economist ranks the Fox full-time Global MBA Program No. 43 nationwide. It is the only program along with the Wharton School in Greater Philadelphia to be ranked.

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Fox School on the Rise

The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine recognize Fox's Graduate Programs for excellence in entrepreneurship.

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Student Profile

The Fox School creates a diverse class each year, comprised of students with varied backgrounds. This range of perspectives, passions, values, and goals positions students in each class to learn tremendously from one another’s experiences.

The following is a typical class profile for the full-time Global MBA programs at Fox:

  • Male – 59%
  • Female – 41%
  • U.S. Citizens – 70%
  • International Students – 30%
  • Average Age – 28
  • Work Experience – 5 yrs
  • Average GMAT – 640
  • Average Undergraduate GPA – 3.4
  • TOEFL Paper (typical admitted student) – 600+
  • TOEFL Computer (typical admitted student) – 230+
  • TOEFL Internet (typical admitted student) – 95+

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