The growth of women and the MBA

18 April 2016

The growth of women and the MBA

In the early 2000s, an MBA class would comprise predominantly male students and four or five female students. This profile has changed significantly over the last 10 to 15 years, where today, the Henley MBA student base is 42% women.

In the early 2000s, an MBA class would comprise predominantly male students and four or five female students. This profile has changed significantly over the last 10 to 15 years, where today, the Henley MBA student base is 42% women.

This has changed the dynamic of MBA classes and groups. Women are determined and dedicated students, striving towards perfection in everything they do, including their studies. Almost half the partners of our MBA students are now males – once again showing a very different dynamic. And with this, the Henley MBA approach includes families of students at family friendly presentations and events to ensure a work/life/study balance.

See the full story on the Henley South Africa website.