Class Profile

MFEClass of 2015-2016 (graduating in 2016)

Applicant Pool & Class Size
Applications Received: 463
Number of Admits: 86
Enrolled Students: 68

 

Diversity
Average Age at Enrollment: 26
Women: 22%
Men: 78%
Countries Represented: 16

 

Academic Profile
Average GRE/GMAT Quantitative Score (in percentile) 94
Average GRE/GMAT Verbal Score (in percentile) 75
Average GRE/GMAT Analytical Score (in percentile) 48
Average Undergraduate GPA 3.66
Undergraduate Institutions Represented 52
Graduate Institutions Represented 34

 

Degrees Held
Bachelor's 50%
Master's 41%
PhD 9%

 

Undergraduate Majors
Engineering 41%
Mathematics (including Statistics) 24%
Economics 13%
Finance/Business 9%
Natural Sciences 7%
Computer Science 6%

 

Graduate Majors (number of total graduate degrees is 34)
Eningeering 32%
MBA/Finance 23%
Mathematics 18%
Economics 15%
Computer Sciences 6%
Natural Science 6%

 

Locations of Undergraduate Institutions (total: 53 institutions)
US 18
International Schools 34
Armenia 1
Australia 1
Canada 7
Colombia 1
France 8
Greece 1
Hong Kong 4
India 11
Italy 1
Mexico 2
Republic of Korea 1
Russia 1
South Africa 1
Thailand 1
United Kingdom 2

 

Locations of Graduate Institutions (total: 34 institutions)
US 12
International Schools 22
Armenia 2
Australia 1
Canada 2
China-PRC 1
Colombia 1
France 3
Greece 1
India 8
Russia 1
United Kingdom 2

 

Previous Job Experience
Finance 25 45.45%
Research/Development 7 12.73%
Consulting/Management Services 4 7.27%
Engineering 4 7.27%
Other 3 5.45%
Information Systems 2 3.64%
Operations 2 3.64%
Venture Capital 2 3.64%
Accounting/Auditing 1 1.82%
General Management 1 1.82%
Marketing/Sales 1 1.82%
Planning/Corporate Strategy 1 1.82%
Project Management 1 1.82%
Real Estate 1 1.82%

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First-Person

Aude Barthelemy

Aude Barthelemy
MFE 13

Full time:
Associate, Derivative Analysis
Goldman Sachs
New York, New York

Internship:
Citigroup NY
New York, New York

 

"My experience in the MFE Program has been all the more fruitful because I've learned not only from my professors but also from my fellow students. The program gathers people from all over the world, and we learn from each other."