Faculty Awards & Honors
- 6 Nobel laureates
- 8 members of the National Academy of Sciences
- 29 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- 5 recipients of the John Bates Clark Medal in Economics
|Tenured and Tenure-Track||121|
|Adjunct Professors and Lecturers||144|
|Other Teaching Staff**||27|
|*As of Oct 6, 2022.
**Professors by Courtesy, Visiting Stanford Professors, and Visiting Stanford Lecturers teaching Stanford GSB classes
Stanford GSB offers three full-time degree programs: Stanford MBA Program, Stanford MSx Program, and Stanford GSB PhD in business.
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|*As of Oct 6, 2022|
|U.S. Minority||51% of U.S.||48% of U.S.||47% of U.S.|
|Average Work Experience (yrs.)*||4.9||4.8||4.7|
|*Reported as median prior to 2020.|
|Major||Class of 2024||Class of 2023||Class of 2022|
|Engineering, Math, or Natural Sciences||33%||39%||37%|
|Humanities or Social Sciences||26%||23%||44%|
|Cost||Single Student||Married Student|
|Books and Supplies||$1,695||$1,695|
|Materials and Program Fee||$900||$900|
|*The cost of attendance, including tuition and other expenses, for a first-year MBA student for the academic year, from Sep. 13, 2021 to Jun. 10, 2022.|
The living allowance listed above includes rent, food, and personal expenses for a moderate lifestyle. An additional allowance may be made for eligible dependent children.
Stanford University Cardinal Care medical insurance is included in the cost of attendance for all students, even if covered by an alternative insurance plan. The single student health insurance rate is listed above, on the assumption that spouses will have separate coverage.
What’s Not Included
Expenses related to the global experience requirement are not included above. The total cost for the GER may range from $3,000 to $4,500. Some GER experiences can be considered in your cost of attendance calculation, and some cannot. Recipients of need-based fellowships may be eligible for additional grant funding up to forty percent of approved expenses for one qualifying trip.
|Class Entering||Summer 2022||Summer 2021||January 2021*||Summer 2019|
|*Class of 2021 matriculated in January due to pandemic circumstances.|
|Class Entering||Fall 2022|
|Total PhDs in Residence||135|
|*Includes Asian Americans|
In 2021–2022, Executive Education served 8,177 participants across a total of 129 programs. Programs include online and on-campus offerings for both individuals and enterprise customers.
|Program||Degrees Awarded||Living Alumni||% of Total|
|Includes all degrees awarded since the school’s founding. A number of our alumni hold multiple Stanford GSB degrees. These individuals are counted once according to the degree hierarchy listed above. The figures include degree and certificate holders, as well as those who were enrolled in a program for three or more quarters but did not graduate.|
|Location||Alumni||% of Total|
|Based on home and business addresses of living alumni reported in the Alumni Directory as of September 2022. Some alumni may be counted more than once if they have a home address in the U.S. and a business address outside of the U.S.|