MBA Student Mobility

In: Employment Global Economy Interactive Source: FT

25 Feb 2011

The Financial Times surveyed 5000+ alumni from the top 50 MBA programs in the world and mapped out where they came from, where they went to school, and where they ended up. It’s slightly confusing at first, because they do not map all of the students at once – it shows only one country of origin at a time. Still, it’s very cool if you pay attention to where the dots flow when you change categories. (related article)

interactive map of MBA student country of origin and school

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1 Response to MBA Student Mobility


Roger Scime

February 26th, 2011 at 1:47 am

This is fascinating! Although I’m not enrolled in an MBA program here at the University of Nevada, Reno, , I’m taking two MBA classes as a grad special (I already have a Master’s–in journalism). It’s intriguing to see where my fellow students might just end up.

Good job.

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