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Financial Times: US business schools hit targets for more women


The numbers of female MBA students are increasing in U.S. business schools. In 2005 only 29 percent of the MBA class at top business schools were women, but now the proportion is over 40 percent in some schools. In the UK the number is also growing. At Cambridge Judge Business School, the MBA class of 2015 has more women than ever, at 37 percent of the class. Nathalie Walker, Director of External Affairs at Cambridge Judge, comments on women’s networking and research activities at the School.

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