Colorado at Boulder (Leeds)

Boulder, CO

from 2019
Class size

Tuition $48,879

In-State $37,036

International $49,024

Note:  In-State tuition: $37,036.  International tuition: $49,024. Tuition amount is the figure advertised by the school and includes mandatory fees and other costs. GMAT score is median or average, as provided by the school. Find more details on the school's website : .

Gender and Race Breakdown Among U.S. Students, Compared with Other U.S. Schools

Visit Diversity Index page for more data. Gender is for whole class. Race data only for US students.






0%100%60.7% of U.S. population77.7%


0%100%6.6% of U.S. population3.5%


0%100%14.1% of U.S. population2.4%


0%100%18.0% of U.S. population5.9%

Percent of Hires in Each Industry (Top 3)

46 graduates hired in total

Technology 32.6%
Financial 17.4%
Consulting 10.9%

Nationalities (top 5)

Total Number of Nationalities: 6

United States 92%
India 4%
Mexico 1%
Norway 1%
Thailand 1%

Campus Atmosphere

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Women are well represented among my school’s faculty and administration

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Female protagonists are well represented in case studies

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Social activities are generally inclusive towards LGBTQ students

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Minorities are well represented among the faculty and administration

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Representative comments from students and alumni on what's best about this MBA program

The faculty is fantastic. Most have impressive professional backgrounds that use real-world examples all the time in class. They do a fantastic job connecting teachings in class to real-world applications.

The culture of the program was not about accruing wealth and instead focused on sustainability and caring for the world you are working in. And the people were great.

Some of the classes were pretty hands-on, and it was great. People make the place as well; some students were very nice, courteous, respectful, and tasteful.

People were there to learn, collaborate, and improve, and the curriculum supported it. The school’s name/reputation were not the main reason/focus.

The professors were outstanding, engaging, and had real-world experience that brought everything into context. Also, the incredible network of MBAs and alums I met.