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I want to hear you guys take. Lets say I want to go to a b-school in the top 25-30, where are the hottest girls? What have you heard?

I'm assuming UCLA is up there and I know the Chapel Hill girls are hot...Lets hear some insight

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  • patekphilippe's picture

    I'm not amazingly familiar with anything outside the top 10-15 or so. Here's my thoughts (purely glanced from visits and hearsay):

    Yay: HBS, Kellogg, Stanford, Tuck, Duke, UCLA, USC, NYU

    Nay: Berkeley, Wharton, MIT, Chicago, Columbia, Cornell

    Probably what you'd expect.. kind of the usual suspects. NYU has the highest female-male ratio in the country I think at around 40% Females, many of whom are single. I've known many single girls who turned down places like Chicago and Kellogg for NYU because they wanted to live in NYC really bad.

  • tuaj's picture

    Please tell me you're joking when you say Duke girls are hot.

  • Stringer Bell's picture

    I'm going to have to say that finding hot girls in top biz schools are about the same as finding them in BB IB analyst classes, they're there but pretty few and far between. My class (2011) this year has one girl in our group out of nine new analysts. And let me clarify, they are probably going to be cute not hot. Why would a really hot chick go to B school? They could just hangout & let one of us losers do it for her.

    "Cowards die a thousand deaths, but the brave only one,"
    Bill Shakespeare

  • In reply to Stringer Bell
    patekphilippe's picture

    Not quite as bad as Finance. You're going to have people from all walks of life looking at many different kinds of business careers in B-School. Finance really only makes up about 25-40% at Finance heavy schools and 10-20% at GM oriented schools.

    And yes, Duke Fuqua has a ton of talent. Go visit sometime and you will see for yourself. Keep in mind this is compared to other TOP B-Schools. If you wanna compare this to Nursing Schools, Undergrads or the Arizona State MBA program, not a fair comparison.

    westfald:
    I'm going to have to say that finding hot girls in top biz schools are about the same as finding them in BB IB analyst classes, they're there but pretty few and far between. My class (2011) this year has one girl in our group out of nine new analysts. And let me clarify, they are probably going to be cute not hot. Why would a really hot chick go to B school? They could just hangout & let one of us losers do it for her.

    "Cowards die a thousand deaths, but the brave only one,"
    Bill Shakespeare

  • Boutique Banking's picture

    I think the question would have been better phrased: "As far as schools with top 25 MBA programs are concerned, which ones have the hottest girls regardless of what program the girls are involved in."

    And I'm not so sure about Duke either.

  • patekphilippe's picture

    If this is actually within the top 5 or 6 criteria that you are judging a business school by, you are about make a terrible investment of money and time.

    I could understand if you were a single guy that wants to be in a big city and not a rural locale, but judging your classmates? You can't be this stupid.

  • In reply to patekphilippe
    yesman's picture

    patekphilippe:
    If this is actually within the top 5 or 6 criteria that you are judging a business school by, you are about make a terrible investment of money and time.

    I could understand if you were a single guy that wants to be in a big city and not a rural locale, but judging your classmates? You can't be this stupid.

    Biz school is about social life and networking (read: having a blast) more than anything. Partying with hot girls is better than doing so with ugly girls.

    Plus, it'll be valuable to know all those future institutional equities saleswomen at GS.

  • In reply to patekphilippe
    Boutique Banking's picture

    patekphilippe:
    If this is actually within the top 5 or 6 criteria that you are judging a business school by, you are about make a terrible investment of money and time.

    I could understand if you were a single guy that wants to be in a big city and not a rural locale, but judging your classmates? You can't be this stupid.

    The question was in the top 25 where are the hottest girls. There are many factors to consider when choosing a program. My question is why would you go to a school with ugly girls and a great program versus an institution that has hot girls and is on par with the ugly school on the basis of education. To me its a no brainer.

    To your point, I would never go to a school strictly based on female attractiveness. That would be stupid.

  • Stringer Bell's picture

    If your out at Dartmouth though, I mean I would give my left nut to go to Tuck, but two years is a long time to be stuck out in the woods with some burly biz gals, but yes I agree, pretty foolish to base your decision around the caliber of babes.

    Bumping this thread a bit, I've meet at least half a dozen girls who went to top 6-7 programs. As a generalization I would say none of them are "ugly", however I would describe them as moderately cute, well put together (workout consistently, dress well, lack of STD's, etc...) probably your best girl-friend in HS, wanted you to take her to prom but couldn't because it would be like "taking your sister". So if your expecting Megan Fox look-a-likes running around Sloan, Booth, & Wharton, you'll be sorely disappointed. I'm not saying they're not there (I really haven't spent any substantial time on those campuses), just doubtful. Which goes back to the og point, chicks come after b-school.

    "Cowards die a thousand deaths, but the brave only one,"
    Bill Shakespeare

  • In reply to yesman
    pno's picture

    yesman:
    patekphilippe:
    If this is actually within the top 5 or 6 criteria that you are judging a business school by, you are about make a terrible investment of money and time.

    I could understand if you were a single guy that wants to be in a big city and not a rural locale, but judging your classmates? You can't be this stupid.

    Biz school is about social life and networking (read: having a blast) more than anything. Partying with hot girls is better than doing so with ugly girls.

    Plus, it'll be valuable to know all those future institutional equities saleswomen at GS.

    Yeah, I was gonna make that point. Not just sales, but marketing and PR as well. Hot girls who learn how to be nice effectively become mega networking machines (no offense, seriously). And yeah, that kinda interaction would be valuable ;)

  • ideating's picture

    Go to a school in a big city. If you can get girls, it won't matter if they go to your program or not. If you can't get girls, it won't matter if Heidi Klum's virgin daughters are in your program.

  • SAC's picture

    I gotta agree with Westfald, hot girls don't go to B-School. There are quite a few cute ones but hot girls like the type you find in UG ? few and far between. The hot ones would rather just leach off us than waste their own money studying. I went to UG B-School side by side with MBA students and there were very few cute MBA chicks

  • JulianRobertson's picture

    I went to UNC for undergrad, and the girls are gorgeous. I'm not too sure about the MBA program girls, but the business school isn't really isolated from campus, and everyone in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area comes to Chapel Hill to party.

  • In reply to JulianRobertson
    Putz's picture

    JulianRobertson:
    I went to UNC for undergrad, and the girls are gorgeous. I'm not too sure about the MBA program girls, but the business school isn't really isolated from campus, and everyone in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area comes to Chapel Hill to party.

    I remember reading in Tucker Max's book that the best pickup line is to go to UNC and tell a girl, "Yeah, I go to Duke Law".

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