MBA Matching Algorithm

Evaluate your odds of getting in at top business schools: our algorithm gives you a preliminary assessment and prediction of your chances of admission at the top MBA programs in the world, including all of the top 20 US schools, like HBS, Wharton, and MIT, European schools including INSEAD, IMD and London Business School, and Asian programs like HKUST on NUS.

Enter your profile information (it's fast!) and get a list of business schools that are matches for you.

Registered users can save and retrieve their profile information at any time. Feel free to log in or register if you intend to use our algorithm multiple times.

Updated for 2019-2020 application cycle

We've updated the algorithm's data tables to take account of factors such as:

  • Decreases in application volume during the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 application cycles
  • Changing US policies on H-1B Visas for international MBA graduates
  • Updates in major MBA rankings, like U.S. News, that result in more competition at some schools and less competition at other schools.

This improves the accuracy of the predictions, which remain, if anything, slightly conservative.

Profile Information
Primary Country of Citizenship
Test Scores
GMAT Score
AWA score
TOEFL / English Skills
Undergraduate studies
Region of undergrad university
Tier of undergrad university
Second Major
Rank vs. peers (academic)
Extra curricular activity
Graduate School
Grad School
Grad School Major
Professional experience
Years of Work Experience
Primary Industry
Other Significant Industry
Managerial Exp. (team size)
In-demand Employer
Rank vs. peers (professional)
International Exposure
International Experience
Foreign Languages
Personal Story
Recommendation letters
Interview Skills
What kind of program are you interested in?
What region are you targeting?
Target schools?
Your Application
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Results are grouped into 3 categories: "stretch schools", "matches", and "strong matches". Only the top 5 schools are displayed for each group. Check this box to show all results instead (including schools likely to be "out of reach" without significant support).