Augmentation des inscriptions en MBA en 2006 – Enquête GMAC

Cette hausse des candidatures s’applique à l’ensemble des MBAs: full-time, part-time, executive, selon une enquête réalisée par le Graduate Management Council ® auprès de 230 programmes de dans 147 écoles supérieures de à travers le monde.

Two-thirds of full-time MBA programs participating in the 2006 Application Trends Survey saw application levels rise in 2006, up from only 21 percent from the year before. Part-time programs reported a similar increase in volume: 62 percent in 2006, compared with 46 percent last year. Among executive MBA programs, 69 percent saw applications increase, up from 38 percent in 2005. “There is a brilliant bloom on the MBA rose,” said David A. Wilson, president and CEO of . “The demand for seats in all types of MBA programs in countries around the world is rebounding.”

Autre point notable: l’augmentation des candidatures des femmes. Cette augmentation concerne 64% des MBAs full-time, 47% des MBAs part-time et 50% des MBAs executive (programmes destinés aux cadres et dirigeants d’entreprise).

La hausse des demandes venant de l’étranger est également notable; parmi les écoles situées en dehors des USA, 62 % ont connu une augmentation des demandes d’ internationales, contre 37 % en 2005.

Cette enquête révèle en outre une hausse constante des salaires moyens pour les diplômés de MBAs.

“Our earlier research showed a significant increase in the recruiters coming to MBA programs and in the number of offers each recruiter was making,” said Wilson. “The increase in applications only reinforces the conclusion that the market for MBAs is hot and getting hotter.”

The Graduate Management Admission Council (www.gmac.com), based in McLean, Va., is a nonprofit education organization of leading graduate business schools worldwide dedicated to creating access to and disseminating information about graduate management education. GMAC annually surveys thousands of corporate recruiters, MBA students, and business school staff and alumni to gauge their feelings about the job market and collect other data. The organization also owns the Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®), used by business schools around the world to assess applicants. The GMAT was created in 1954 and remains the first and only standardized test specifically designed for graduate business and management programs.

Source : GMAC

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