The Source of International MBA Students at Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School: A Melting Pot of Global Talent and Diverse Perspectives

Harvard Business School is renowned for its diverse international student body, with countries like India, Canada, and China being the top suppliers of MBA students. This year, India holds the lead with 104 students currently enrolled in the two-year MBA program, followed by Canada and China.

The Class of 2025 at Harvard Business School has a significant increase in international students, with 39% of students hailing from around the world. Out of the 2,024 MBA students at HBS, 705 are international candidates coming from 80 different countries. Some of these nations provide double-digit numbers of students to the school.

Harvard Business School’s international student population is diverse and enriches the learning experience by bringing a global perspective to the classroom. European countries play a significant role in this population, with countries like the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain sending a considerable number of students to HBS.

The latest data shows that Harvard Business School continues to attract top talent from around the world. With students from various backgrounds and cultures, HBS provides a rich learning environment for future business leaders. The school’s diverse student body brings unique perspectives and ideas to classrooms that benefit both domestic and international students alike.

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