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Olin Business School Fast Facts

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Olin BSBA Stats

No. 5
Undergraduate Business Program (Bloomberg Businessweek)
Classes taken outside of Olin
30 states and 10 countries represented in Olin’s Olin's 2015 freshman class
Highest average SAT score of top 10 undergraduate business schools (Bloomberg Businessweek)
BSBAs enrolled as freshman in 2015
of business courses have fewer than 50 students enrolled
BSBA class of 2015 reported accepting a job within 90 days post-graduation
BSBA students play on Washington University varsity sports teams
No. 9
for undergraduate entrepreneurship (Bloomberg Businessweek)
The Hatchery
First business plan course in the United States
No. 1
feeder school for top 30 MBA programs (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
study abroad opportunities in 15+ countries
No. 3
Undergraduate business school for International Business
(Bloomberg Businessweek)
of students participate in study-abroad
Olin alumni network
BSBA class is 42% female, 58% male
8 majors
and 12 minors
CEL practicums conducted for 150 clients globally in the last 2 decades
Business school founded
companies recruiting on campus through the Weston Career Center
of BSBA students were in top 10 percent of high school class
Olin's Weston Career Center is exclusively dedicated to business careers
BSBA Class of 2015 median base salary
annual BSBA academic advising appointments

Wash U Stats

7,300+ undergraduate students and 6,700+ graduate students
No. 1
in Lumosity’s Smartest Colleges
160+ years
tradition of teaching and research excellence
all 50
states represented in student body
Division III NCAA sports championships
Faculty and students from 100+ countries
entrepreneurship courses campus-wide through the Skandalaris Center
Consistently voted one of nation’s best campuses for food
alumni in the Washington University network
intramural and club sports
Forest Park, which borders Washington University, is 500+ acres bigger than Central Park in New York
No. 1
Best College Dorms (Princeton Review)