What makes Kellogg standout from other MBA programs?

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Alister Doyle, Noodle Advisor

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For me, one of the big things that makes Kellogg stand out is the size and scope of their alumni network - which is made up of 55,000 graduates in 113 countries, spanning a wide range of industries. The school boasts active alumni clubs in over 40 countries, but not every school can make that claim: Duke and Cornell alumni clubs are in only 15 and 14 countries, respectively, and MIT Sloan’s small alumni base has a presence in only four, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. Kellogg alum are also employed at some of the country's most dominant and influential organisations, including Apple, Amazon, Deloitte, LinkedIn, Microsoft, and more.

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