Meet the GAP Students

GAP Student Profiles

30% of gap students born outside the u.s.

FEMBA GAP Class of 2019 Profile
Class Size 320
Average Age/Age Range 31/23-53 
Students Born Outside the U.S. 30%
Number of Birth Countries Represented 25


Academic Experience
Average Undergraduate GPA 3.40
Median GMAT 680
GMAT Range (Middle 80%) 620-730

3,847 Students have completed a gap project


31 GAP alumni return to support current teams as gap fellows

Work Experience
Average Years of Work Experience 7
Average Salary $89,731
29% over $100,000 Salary
Number of Industries Represented: 44

GAP Fellows. Passionately committed to your success. 

For some students, GAP is so profound that they are compelled to return after graduation as a fellow. GAP enlists the support of over a dozen volunteer alumni who are each assigned to work with 1-2 GAP teams to support the team in every phase of the study. In this way, best practices are transferred by the stakeholders who have experienced success first hand. GAP fellows apply and are chosen based on their experience and their success in GAP. In addition to offering general support, several fellows are finance and accounting experts and lend those skills to all GAP teams as needed.