Finance PhD Class Profile
The PhD program enrolls about 2 new students each year. As you might guess, such selective process means that these candidates possess outstanding academic credentials and make a full-time commitment to the Program.
Students come to the University of Cincinnati with a wide variety of academic and work experiences. The common thread is that each has a strong commitment to research and teaching and has demonstrated analytical abilities.
Below we have compiled some descriptive information about recently admitted finance PhD candidates.
PhD in Finance 2004-2010 admissions:
|Academic and Professional Background
|Average GMAT score||714|
|GMAT score 80th percentile range*||690-760|
|Average GRE score||1360|
|GRE score 80th percentile range*||n/a|
|Average Undergraduate GPA||3.51|
|Average full-time work experience||2.9 years|
|Work experience 80th percentile range*||0-10 years|
|Hold at least one masters degree||85%|
*The middle 80% of the class
|Average Age (when admitted)||28|
|Age range (when admitted)||22-40|
**African American, Hispanic, Asian, Native-American