The fight for female MBAs

There are less than 10 female deans in the top 50 business schools around the country, and Amy Hillman is one of them. This is a differentiator, just as are the mentorships with senior executives. A draw that increased female enrollment in 2015 was W. P. Carey's tuition coverage for all students, men and women, that were accepted into the Full-time MBA program.

In this article on Bloomberg Businessweek June 8, 2018:

Right now, schools are spending a lot of energy on trying to attract female MBAs. 

Pam Delany, director of recruiting and admissions

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