Knight Management Center,
566 Knight Way
Stanford, CA, 94305, US
+650 723 2766
Stanford Graduate School of Business was founded in 1925 by a group of Californian business leaders organised by Herbert Hoover, an alumnus of Stanford University and 31st president of the US. Hoover wanted to stem the tide of students going east to get a business education, and Stanford was the first graduate school of business west of the Mississippi.
Our intimate class sizes supports close peer-to-peer interaction, small-group collaboration, and one-to-one coaching. You can pursue coursework and experiential learning opportunities in specific areas such as leadership, communication, social innovation, and entrepreneurship.
Our faculty teach management in the context of an international economy. Your awareness of global issues will be developed through coursework, international study trips, internships, or programs offered worldwide.
Key Employers: McKinsey & Co., Boston Consulting Group, Goldman Sachs, Loudcloud, Bain & Co., Morgan Stanley, Amazon.com, Apple, Intuit, Cyclone Commerce, Siebel Systems, Deloitte Consulting.
Number of Students: 397
Average age: 30
Average years of work experience: 4
Average GMAT: 730