Impact

Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world.

Attending Stanford GSB will transform your life and the lives of those around you. And that’s only the beginning.

The Stanford MBA 360 Campus Tour
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Imagine Yourself at Stanford GSB
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Take an online tour of living spaces, common areas, and classrooms.

Every day, our alumni are making a positive, measurable difference in the world. A recent study by two Stanford professors determined that alumni from across Stanford University have collectively created nearly $3 trillion in economic impact each year, and have generated 5.4 million jobs.

Stanford GSB is also creating new knowledge, in the form of impactful research and innovative thinking by our faculty. Their work reaches and inspires global leaders — and moves them to drive positive change.

Limitless Opportunity

From technology startups to international investment firms to private equity, NGOs, retail startups, and wineries, hundreds of respected companies and organizations seek out Stanford GSB graduates each year.

Of course, your Stanford GSB education will offer measurable value, too. As an example, overall compensation levels for our MBA graduates are consistently among the highest of our peer schools.

MBA Employment Outcomes

The Class of 2019 demonstrates the value of a Stanford GSB education.

  • 94% received a job offer within 90 days of graduating.
  • Entrepreneurs comprised 15% of the class.
  • The class achieved a median base salary of $150,000.

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Alumni Spotlight
Founder and CEO, Together as One
MBA
2004

Deepa leads a social enterprise called Together as One, which develops clean energy solutions for the extreme poor. They have developed affordable, safe cookstoves, now being used in low-income communities in Africa, to mitigate the environmental costs and health hazards associated with traditional wood-burning stoves.

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Alumni Spotlight
Co-Founder, Embrace
MBA
2008

Embrace infant warmer was launched in June 2011, in order to give all infants a chance for a healthy life. The breakthrough product, developed during the Extreme Affordability class at Stanford GSB, is an innovative, low-cost vehicle to support vulnerable babies in developing countries.