Are The Odds Stacked Against Indian Applicants at U.S. Schools?

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Yes. They clearly are. The best U.S. business schools have been so swarmed by MBA applicants from both China and India that the rejection rates for Chinese and Indians are four to five times higher than for U.S. citizens, Europeans or Latin Americ...
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Yes. They clearly are. The best U.S. business schools have been so swarmed by MBA applicants from both China and India that the rejection rates for Chinese and Indians are four to five times higher than for U.S. citizens, Europeans or Latin Americans.

That's what we discovered by studying the applicant pool stats of major business schools in the U.S. In every single case, the schools are getting significantly more international applicants than are enrolled in the schools.

Here's our analysis at PoetsandQuants.com: SNIP

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