The Carey Business School MBA Class of 2025 numbers 65 students. Fifty-one percent are women, which marks the fourth time in the last five years that Johns Hopkins Carey has had a total enrollment of at least 50 percent women in our full-time MBA programs. Eighty-six percent of domestic students identify as U.S. minorities. Sixty-six percent of the class are international, representing 14 countries.
During their undergraduate years, the Johns Hopkins Carey MBA Class of 2025 averaged a GPA of 3.40. The most common undergraduate majors were economics, psychology, and biomedical engineering (each 6%), followed by neuroscience, industrial engineering, business management, finance, biological sciences, and accounting (each 3%).
The Johns Hopkins Carey MBA Class of 2025 matriculated in the fall with an average 4.8 years of full-time work experience. The top three pre-MBA industries were healthcare, financial services, and not-for-profit.
When it was time to take the GMAT or the GRE, students landed an average score of 673 on the GMAT and 318 on the GRE.
In the following pages, discover what five accomplished MBA students learned through their admissions journeys, why they chose JHU Carey and more.