“The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is the second-oldest school in the U.S. – and second to none when it comes to influencing business education and business practices.” - Booth School of Business
Business School Rank: #4
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Size: 1,160 enrolled (full-time) ; 1,501 enrolled (part-time)
Average age of new entrants: 28
Tuition: $53,400 (full-time)
Contact: 773-702-7743 (phone)
What is the average GMAT score for applicants accepted to the University of Chicago Booth School of Business?
The average GMAT score of applicants accepted to the Booth School of Business in 2011 was 719. The GMAT range (10th-90th percentile) was 670-760.
Does the University of Chicago Booth School of Business accept the GMAT and the GRE?
No, the Booth School of Business only accepts the GMAT.
What is the average undergraduate GPA of applicants accepted to the University of Chicago Booth School of Business?
The average undergraduate GPA of applicants admitted to the Booth School of Business in 2011 was 3.52. The undergraduate GPA range (10th-90th percentile) was 3.08-3.9.
What is the average starting salary and bonuses for graduates from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business?
The average base salary is $113,217. On average, approximately 82 % of full-time graduates are employed at the time of graduation. Approximately 90 % of full-time graduates of the class of 2011 were employed three months after graduation.
What programs are offered in addition to the traditional MBA?
- MBA/MPP w/ Harris School of Public Policy
- MBA/JD w/ University of Chicago Law School
- MBA/MD w/ Prtizker School of Medicine
- MBA/MA w/ School of Social Service Administration
For a full list of programs, please visit the University of Chicago Booth School of Business website at www.chicagobooth.edu.
Is work experience expected? How much?
No, there is no minimum work experience requirement for the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The average student has five years of work experience, however, the school encourages applications to business school from candidates with less experience. Undergraduates at the University of Chicago only may apply for the Chicago Booth Scholars Program, which allows them to defer their admission for 2 – 3 years to gain full-time work experience.