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Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management

Shih-Ping (Nancy) Wang, MBA ?05 It is rare that one has the opportunity to influence more than 20 percent of the human population. If that seems farfetched, consider that prior to Shih-Ping (Nancy) Wang?s efforts, Vanderbilt did not have an effective translation in Mandarin, which is spoken by a billion people worldwide. After enrolling in the Vanderbilt MBA program, Nancy alerted university administrators that at least a dozen versions of the Vanderbilt name were in use across China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. Nancy, with the administration?s blessing, spearheaded the effort to standardize the name, and ?Fandebao? prevailed. The name translates to ?place of academic excellence.? Of the new name, Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Michael Schoenfeld said, ?It is essential for Vanderbilt to have a distinctive and powerful identity in the fastest-growing part of the world.? Nancy?s unselfish leadership also shone brightly during a 2005 Vanderbilt MBA trip to China, where she offered her personal network to help students maximize their learning experience. She also organized an event for Vanderbilt?s Shanghai alumni, building a bridge to accomplished business leaders who trace their training back to Owen. In 2005, Nancy received the peer-nominated Unsung Leadership Award for her contributions to the Owen community. In the words of her classmates, ?She?s just a really generous and helpful person.? ?My experience at Vanderbilt was amazing,? Nancy says. She is now vice president of Good House International Interior Design, which has built more than 80 Starbucks across Taiwan and China.

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Student Profile:
Female Students: 30%
Avg. Work Exp.: 39
Avg. Students' Age: 39
Avg. GMAT: 520
Program Profile:
Accreditations: AACSB
Established Date: 1980
Start Dates: August
Avg. Programme Duration: 17
Avg. Total Tuition Fees (excluding living expenses + books): 63500
Class in Corporate Governance or Business Ethics: Yes
Teaching Methodology: More than 50% Case Method / Less than 50% Lecture based
Post MBA Employment:
Avg. Bonus captured for 2010: -
Percentage of students employed within three months in 2010: -
Scholarship Financial Aid:
School-sponsored Scholarship / Financial Aid : No
School-sponsored Scholarships based on: -
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Admissions Requirements:
Application Deadline: July
Min. GMAT: 500
Min. TOEFL (paper): N/A
Min. TOEFL (computer): N/A
Accept IELTS: No
Min years of work experience: 7
Essay: No
Interview Req. : Yes
CV References: No
Resume/CV: Yes
Undergrad or equivalent degree: Yes
Transcripts: Yes
Completed Application Form: Yes
Application Fee: USD100
KEY STATISTICS

♦ Average GMAT Score: 672

♦ % Female Students: 25

♦ % International Student Ratio: 20

♦ Average Salary: 86000

♦ Average Years Work: 5

♦ Accredited by: AACSB

♦ Average Programme Duration: 21

♦ School-sponsored Scholarship / Financial Aid ?: Yes

♦ Application Fee: USD125

♦ Minimum GMAT Score required for admission?: Yes

♦ Average Total Tuition Fees (excluding living expenses + books): 83584