296 students matriculated in the latest Kenan-Flagler MBA class. Thirty-four percent are women and 26 percent are international. Based on the U.S. attendance, 29 percent identify as U.S. minorities and 17 percent as underrepresented minorities. Within the context of the whole class, 13 percent identify as underrepresented, which includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Multi-racial/ethnic.
Kenan-Flagler MBA students averaged 5.75 years of work experience and 51 percent came from a non-business background. During their undergraduate years, the class averaged a 3.43 GPA. When it came time to take the GMAT, they averaged a score of 696.
Get to know five new students and why they flocked to Chapel Hill for the Kenan-Flagler MBA program in the following pages.