At the Kogod School of Business, we are committed to an inclusive global community. In the fall of 2018, we welcomed graduate students from over 29 different countries. Kogod was ranked by Princeton Review as no. 4 for best opportunities for women and no. 3 for best opportunities for minorities.
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I would definitely say that Kogod is a diverse and inclusive community. That's one of the things that make me feel at home here. And so to me, Kogod has helped me grow and me achieve the opportunities that I really wanted.
You have hundreds of nationalities represented at American. And a lot of the international students do come into Kogod. Kogod is the number-four business school for resources for women. And then it's also the number-three business school for resources for minorities. So I think Kogod really tries to emphasize those resources and tries to emphasize diversity and inclusion and it tries to make sure that it's an inclusive environment where people are able to learn and grow.
The people here make you feel immensely at home. You're never afraid to ask a question. You're never afraid to kind of be bold and be social and just say hi to the next random person. And then those opportunities help you grow professionally, make you really feel like you could grow in DC in this school. So I definitely feel at home here.