"William White of the Harvard Crimson recently reported on increased enrollment in HBS’s incoming class, the Class of 2011. With 942 enrolled students (from 9,093 applicants), this will be the largest class in HBS’s history. Aside from the increased class size, what is notable about the statistical story at HBS these days is that applications to the 2+2 program—now in its second year—increased by 34 percent, from 631 to 844, though HBS expects to admit about the same number of 2+2 applicants (106) this year. Because these students are being “pre-admitted” to future classes, HBS may ultimately add another section to hold its “traditional” class size, excepting its younger applicants, constant..."
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Source: MBA Mission