Interesting article addressing the decline in MBA applications in the US, with a focus on overseas applicants. According to the Financial Times, 48% of all MBA programs in the US have seen a drop in overseas applicants. The reasons for this appear to be multifold, from visa restrictions and anti-immigrant rhetoric in the US to rising nationalism in India and China. Read on to find out how some US universities are responding.
One important takeaway is that falling volume for US schools means better odds for people who do apply.