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RECOGNIZED IN

A 14th +

TOP 10

11 2nd 3rd 4th 19th th

UNDERGRADUATE Graded A+ for Facilities & Services and Job Placement by Bloomberg BusinessWeek (3/15/2011) Ranked 14th in the U.S.A. by U.S. News & World Report (9/13/2011)

FULL-TIME MBA Ranked one of the Top 10 Most Popular Business Schools by Bloomberg BusinessWeek (3/28/2011)

EVENING MBA Ranked 11th in the U.S.A. by U.S. News & World Report (3/15/2011)

REAL ESTATE Ranked 2nd in U.S.A. by U.S. News & World Report (9/14/2011)

RISK MANAGEMENT AND INSURANCE Ranked 3rd in the U.S.A. by U.S. News & World Report (9/13/2011)

MARKETING Ranked 4th in world by Financial Times of London (2/4/2011)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP Ranked 19th (graduate program) and 23rd (undergraduate program) by Entrepreneur magazine (10/1/2011)

Visit bus.wisc.edu/update-rankings/ to see all rankings.


UNDERGRADUATE

The Wisconsin BBA is a program comprised of approximately 1,800 students, that offers 10 majors, two specializations, four cer tificates (including two language certificates), and a vast array of study-abroad options. The curriculum fosters the development of analy tical, c o nsu l t a t i ve , c o mmu nic a t i o n , leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. We moved to admitting students in their sophomore year in 2009; as such, we are reporting only those two years of data.

70%

of our students graduate with an internship

37%

MACC

of our students graduate with international travel experience

INCOMING CLASS

2011

2010

Number of applicants

972

1136

Percent admitted

62.5%

55.3%

Percent accepts

99%

99%

Median GPA

3.5

3.6

Percent female

41%

47%

Percent minority

4.5%

4.8%

Percent international

9.3%

8.8%

Percent Wisconsin resident

47.4%

48.4%

GRADUATING CLASS

2011

2010

Class size

586

643

Placed at graduation

73.9%

66.9%

Median base salary

$52,000

$50,000

Median signing bonus

$5,000

$4,000

Percent receiving bonus

38.8%

34%

Percent with international experience (travel)

37%

25%

Percent international

9.3%

8.8%

Percent Wisconsin resident

47.4%

48.4%

SIZE OF MAJORS

2011

2010

Accounting

458

450

Actuarial Science

198

160

Finance, Investment, and Banking

679

647

Information Systems

38

34

International Business

171

146

Management and Human Resources

402

338

Marketing

509

462

Operations and Technology Management

29

28

Real Estate and Urban Land Economics

150

171

Risk Management and Insurance

222

235

MASTERS OF ACCOUNTANCY PROGRAMS

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) programs at the Wisconsin School of Business are for students committed to the field of finance. These programs develop the technical and professional accounting skills needed to succesfully sit for the CPA exam. We offer both Graduate Master of Accountancy (GMAcc) and Integrated Master of Accountancy (IMAcc) programs.

2011

2010

2009

87 students 3.66 GPA 94% placement $52,000 average base

95 students 3.66 GPA 85% placement $50,200 average base

72 students 3.72 GPA 96% placement $50,625 average base

salary

salary

(Admissions: starting in fall of that year. Placement: graduating in spring of that year.)

salary


INCOMING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Class size

111

118

117

123

107

Number of applicants

508

511

524

506

405

Percent admitted

30%

31%

32%

32%

42%

Percent accepts

73%

75%

70%

76%

69%

Median GPA

3.35

3.41

3.43

3.34

3.43

Median GMAT

690

680

670

660

660

Median years of work experience

4.3

4

4.8

4

3.7

Percent female

24%

41%

32%

29%

25%

Percent minority

17%

17%

15%

11%

15%

Percent international

9%

16%

5%

19%

18%

Percent Wisconsin resident

43%

30%

42%

36%

38%

GRADUATING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Class size

116

124

106

116

108

Placed within three months of graduation

91%

87%

82.5%

94.2%

95.7%

Median base salary

$94,000

$87,500

$87,500

$90,000

$85,000

Median signing bonus

$20,000

$16,750

$15,000

$15,000

$15,000

Percent receiving bonus

77%

61%

72.1%

74%

66%

Percent salary increase

65.2%

51.6%

51.6%

72.0%

60.5%

98%

of our students graduate with an internship

46%

of our students graduate with international travel experience


INCOMING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of applicants

65

85

77

87

94

Percent admitted

86%

82%

100%

75%

70%

Percent accepts

94%

81%

91%

96%

82%

Median years of work experience

6.3

5.2

5.2

5.2

4.8

Percent female

21%

28%

30%

29%

18%

Percent minority

10%

17%

18%

5%

5%

Percent international

2%

5%

2%

8%

5%

Percent Wisconsin resident

100%

98%

100%

97%

100%

GRADUATING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Graduating class size

58

55

42

43

31

Median salary at start

$60,100

$58,000

$55,000

*

*

Median salary at graduation

$74,000

$82,000

$77,000

*

*

* Data unavailable

INCOMING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of applicants

51

40

34

50

58

Percent admitted

82%

93%

91%

88%

88%

Percent accepts

88%

100%

87%

80%

94%

Median years of work experience

13.6

11.8

10

11.3

15

Percent female

28%

38%

31%

23%

23%

Percent minority

13%

8%

24%

20%

10%

Percent international

10%

8%

8%

14%

4%

Percent Wisconsin resident

90%

92%

96%

91%

95%

GRADUATING CLASS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Graduating class size

27

33

46

31

29

Median salary at start

$80,500

$98,000

$102,000

*

*

Median salary at graduation

$105,000

$129,750

$115,500

*

*

* Data unavailable


2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of programs

64

63

50

77

73

Number of corporate customers

26

21

23

27

29

Customer satisfaction (on 7-pt. scale)

6.4

6.5

6.6

6.9

6.9

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of courses

129

111

151

238

239

Number of students

2102

1952

2666

3978

4278

Customer satisfaction (on 7-pt. scale)

6.6

6.5

6.5

6.5

6.5


ADMISSIONS

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Admitted

17

21

30

35

26

Accepts

10

12

12

15

10

Percent female

60

54

53

50

43

Percent minority

0

8

0

0

0

Percent international

30

54

62

55

54

Number of graduates

10

13

4

14

11

(Admissions: starting in fall of that year. Graduates: finishing in spring of that year.)

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of full-time faculty equivalent

71

74

78

75

73

Number of publications in peer review

63

55

65

58

65

Number of editorial positions

110

108

105

111

92

$2.5m

from endowed chair funds

$1.3m

from Wisconsin Naming Gift

$0.7m

from Faculty Excellence Fund


Philanthropy (expandable)

University budget allocation *

Philanthropy (endowments)

School program revenues

Operations

6,296

Number of business alumni who give to University of Wisconsin-Madison

3,462

Faculty salaries

Student support

Number of business alumni who give to the Wisconsin School of Business

Staff salaries

To read more about the impact of philanthropy, please visit bus.wisc.edu/update-investment/.

GIFT DATA

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

Number of living alumni

39,185

38,492

37,848

37,152

35,844

Number of alumni donors

3,462

3,911

4,154

4,353

4,518

Total number of donors

4,432

5,001

5,230

5,438

5,955

Number of donors giving more than three years out of the five preceding years

4,167

4,297

4,404

4,344

4,263

Total dollars received (in millions)

$12.8

$17.3

$18.5

$21.2

$30.0

Total dollars to Wisconsin School of Business Annual Fund (in millions)

$1.3

$1.3

$1.7

$1.9

$1.8

Endowment market value (in millions)

$146.7 *

$155.5

$144.5

$111.6

$152.4

*Total as of 9/30/2011


Midwest 23,555

West 4,485

East 3,423

Territories 39 South 2,610

INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI

79

191* * N ot including USA

@

2,757

15

1,661

619 66

92

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2011 Report to Investors