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Top 10 Best Business Schools for Hispanics

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1. Stanford University
Graduate School of Business
Stanford, California
www.gsb.stanford.edu

Total business school enrollment...764
Hispanic enrollment...98
Percentage...12.8%
Total MBA degrees earned...366
Degrees earned by Hispanics...45
Percentage...12.3%
Full-time faculty...103
Full-time Hispanic faculty...1
Percentage...1%

Diversity Statement: Stanford MBA information sessions for underrepresented audiences are held around the U.S. The school participates in the Management Leadership for Tomorrow program to increase the presence of minorities in fast-track, entry-level business careers as well as the Charles P. Bonini Partnership for Diversity Fellowship program.

2. University of Texas at Austin
McCombs School of Business
Austin, Texas
www.mccombs.utexas.edu

Total business school enrollment...510
Hispanic enrollment...28
Percentage...5.5%
MBA degrees earned...318
Degrees earned by Hispanics...18
Percentage...5.7%
Full-time faculty...97
Full-time Hispanic faculty...3
Percentage...3.1%

Diversity Statement: The McCombs School of Business is a key member of the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, and Management Leadership for Tomorrow program. In addition, we have created our own diversity program Jump Start to create a pipeline from college to graduate school.

3. Columbia University
Columbia Business School
New York, New York
www.gsb.columbia.edu

Total business school enrollment...1,242
Hispanic enrollment...32
Percentage...2.6%
MBA degrees earned...682
Degrees earned by Hispanics...N/A
Percentage...N/A
Full-time faculty...118
Full-time Hispanic faculty...10
Percentage...8.5%

Diversity Statement: Columbia Business School's global perspective is reflected in and reinforced by its diverse student body. The school supports a number of student organizations that reflect its diversity, including the Asian, Black, Hispanic, Latin American, and South Asian business associations.

4. The University of Miami
School of Business Administration
Coral Gables, Florida
www.bus.miami.edu

Total business school enrollment...265
Hispanic enrollment...30
Percentage...11.3%
MBA degrees earned...160
Degrees earned by Hispanics...26
Percentage...16.3%
Full-time faculty...143
Full-time Hispanic faculty...26
Percentage...18.2%

Diversity Statement: Our MBA students benefit from a multinational student body, and world-renowned faculty that understand the Latin American culture and business. A variety of Hispanic student organizations such as the Alliance of Latin American Students, Hispanic Heritage Month Committee, and La Casa Cultural are available to all students.

5. University of California, Berkeley
Haas School of Business
Berkeley, California
www.berkeley.edu

Total business school enrollment...505
Hispanic enrollment...12
Percentage...2.4%
MBA degrees earned...227
Degrees earned by Hispanics...20
Percentage...8.8%
Full-time faculty...81
Full-time Hispanic faculty...5
Percentage...6.2%

Diversity Statement: The Berkeley MBA Program provides a welcoming environment for all students and develops leaders with the ability to lead creatively in diverse business environments.

6. Emory University
Goizueta Business School
Atlanta, Georgia
www.goizueta.emory.edu

Total business school enrollment...342
Hispanic enrollment...23
Percentage...6.7%
MBA degrees earned...208
Degrees earned by Hispanics...15
Percentage...7.2%
Full-time faculty...83
Full-time Hispanic faculty...3
Percentage...3.6%

Diversity Statement: We aspire to create and sustain a community that is the best place to study and work. We are committed to being a destination where all are respected, supported, and valued.

7. Dartmouth College
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Hanover, New Hampshire
www.tuck.dartmouth.edu

Total business school enrollment...490
Hispanic enrollment...17
Percentage...3.5%
MBA degrees earned...258
Degrees earned by Hispanics...9
Percentage...3.5%
Full-time faculty...45
Full-time Hispanic faculty...1
Percentage...2.2%

Diversity Statement: As the first institute inducted into the Minority Business Hall of Fame, Tuck's commitment to diversity extends beyond its curriculum and educational approach to creating a community where diversity is celebrated. Diversity also informs Tuck's focus on leadership development and its global perspective.

8. Yale University
Yale School of Management
New Haven, Connecticut
www.mba.yale.edu

Total business school enrollment...418
Hispanic enrollment...27
Percentage...6.5%
MBA degrees earned...215
Degrees earned to Hispanics...6
Percentage...2.8%
Full-time faculty...59
Full-time Hispanic faculty...0
Percentage...0%

Diversity Statement: The National Society of Hispanic MBAs honored Yale School of Management with its 2007 Destino Community Organization Award. The school strives to attain a diverse class of students through diversity receptions, Explore Diversity Weekend, and affiliations with groups like the Robert Toigo Foundation, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and Management Leadership for Tomorrow.

9. Duke University
Fuqua School of Business
Durham, North Carolina
www.fuqua.duke.edu

Total business school enrollment...833
Hispanic enrollment...21
Percentage...2.5%
MBA degrees earned...396
Degrees earned to Hispanics...13
Percentage...3.3%
Full-time faculty...110
Full-time MBA faculty...4
Percentage...3.6%

Diversity Statement: Duke values diversity because Duke values broader perspectives. Our MBAs will lead and grow and compete in a global business environment in which new ideas not only grow businesses but grow the markets in which those businesses thrive. That openness to new ideas is one of the most valuable legacies we can impart to our students as they move into their professional lives.

10. Florida International University
Alvah H. Chapman Jr. Graduate School of Business
Miami, Florida
www.business.fiu.edu

Total business school enrollment...1,146
Hispanic enrollment...598
Percentage...52.2%
MBA degrees earned...38
Degrees earned by Hispanics...19
Percentage...50.0%
Full-time faculty...18
Full-time Hispanic faculty...2
Percentage...11.1%

Diversity Statement: The Alvah H. Chapman, Jr. Graduate School of Business at Florida International University is a leader in preparing business professionals for today's entrepreneurial, technology-driven, global economic business environment. In addition to an education that is internationally focused, more than 76 countries are represented among the students.

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