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Real Humans of Northwestern Kellogg’s MBA Class of 2024

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New members of the MBA Class of 2024 at Northwestern Kellogg are here to share their insights into admissions, what they love about the Kellogg community and more in this edition of Real Humans: MBA Students.

503 students matriculated in the Kellogg MBA Class of 2024. Nearly half, 48 percent, are women and 38 percent are international. Based on federal guidelines, 17 percent of the MBA students identify as Asian American and 11 percent as Hispanic/Latinx. Four percent are Black/African American and another four percent identify as multi-race students.

During their undergraduate years, the Kellogg MBA Class of 2024 averaged a 3.7 GPA. Forty-five percent earned degrees in business/commerce, followed by 38 percent who pursued STEM majors. Humanities rounded out undergrad degrees at 24 percent.

Kellogg students arrived on campus with an average slightly above five years of work experience. Twenty-four percent had worked in consulting and 19 percent came from financial services. Seventeen percent hailed from the technology industry. Seven percent each had been employed in the government/education/non-profit, consumer products, or healthcare/biopharma sectors.

When it came time to take the GMAT, Kellogg MBA students landed an average score of 729. Scores overall ranged from 620 to 780. For those who chose to take the GRE, the median Verbal score came in at 162 and the median Quant score was 163.

Read through the following pages to get to know some students behind these stats and learn more about the Kellogg MBA program.

Christina Griffith
Christina Griffith is a writer and editor based in Philadelphia. She specializes in covering education, science, and history, and has experience in research and interviews, magazine content, and web content writing.