Want To Study In The US? These Are Top 10 MBA Schools In USA With The Most International Students

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There is no gain saying that most international students have their sights on the United States of America as their preferred destination for the pursuit of their education. But when it comes to getting an MBA degree, the thirst is even higher. Recently, it has been deduced that among the international students who leave their countries with the intention of getting their MBA degrees beyond the shores of their countries, 66 percent of these all head to the United States of America. Interestingly, in sharp contrast to this, only 5 percent of American students have the ambition of obtaining an international MBA.

For those who want to obtain their international MBA from the United States of America, I present you with a list of ten universities where you would feel very much at home. These universities cater for the most number of international MBA students in the United States of America.

  1. The University of California (Riverside) Anderson

Established in 1970, The A. Gary Anderson School of Management is located inside the University of California. The school’s MBA program was launched in 1982 and as 2011; the program admits 80 students each year. The school offers the following concentrations: accounting, consulting, e-commerce, finance, general management, human resource management etc. ¬†Of the school’s 156 students enrolled in the fall of 2014, 75 percent of them are international students.

  1. Syracuse University (Whitman) New York

The Syracuse University is a private university located in Syracuse, New York. The school was established in 1870. The Martin J. Whitman School of Management, in the school offers concentrations such as: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, real estate and supply chain logistics. Of the school’s 73 MBA students enrolled, 69.9 percent are international students.

  1. Thunderbird School of Global Management (TZ)

The Thunderbird School of Global Management at the Arizona State University was established in 1946. The school offers concentrations such as accounting, finance, general management, international business and marketing. While 283 students were enrolled in the fall of 2014, 67.1 percent of that number is international students.

  1. Hofstra University (Zab) New York

The Hofstra University, located in Hampstead, New York was established in 1935 and houses the Frank G. Zab School of Business. The school offers: accounting, general management, finance, health care administration, marketing, human resource management, real estate and sports business. In the fall of 2014, 80 students were enrolled into the MBA program, 66.3 percent were international students.

  1. Babson College (Olin) Massachusetts

The Babson College located in Massachusetts is a private business school was founded in 1919 with a primary focus on entrepreneurship education.   The school offers concentrations in accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, general management, management information systems etc. Out of the 378 students enrolled in the fall of 2014, 65.1 percent were international students.

  1. University of Delaware (Lerner)

Established in 1917, The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is housed by the University of Delaware. The school enrolled 154 international students in the fall of 2014, of this lot, 59.1 percent were international students. The school offers concentrations in accounting, arts administration, entrepreneurship, health care administration, hotel administration, management information systems etc

  1. Bentley University (McCallum) Massachusetts

The Bentley University established in 1917 is a private co-educational university, located in Waltham, Massachusetts. The Graduate business school of the university offers the following concentrations: accounting, finance, general management, management information systems etc. The school also has a large number of international students in its folds. Out of the 154 students enrolled in the fall of 2014, 59.1 percent are international students.

  1. University of California, San Diego, Rady

The University of California, San Diego established in 1960 is a public research university located in San Diego. The Rady School of Management at the university offers concentrations such as: leadership, finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, manufacturing and technology management. The school enrolled a total of 102 students in 2014 fall, of that number, 54.9 percent were international students.

  1. University of Connecticut

The University of Connecticut was established 1881 but its business school, the University of Connecticut School of Business was founded in 1941. The school offers concentrations such as: leadership, health care management, entrepreneurship, marketing, information management system etc. The school enrolled 75 international students in the fall of 2014, 74.7 percent were international students.

  1. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Lally) New York

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is a private university located in New York established in 1824. The school offers concentrations such as: entrepreneurship, finance, general management, marketing, information systems, supply chain management/logistics and technology. The school enrolled a total of 24 students and 54.2 percent of them were international students.

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