2018 Fall Admitted Class Fun Facts

Fletcher is especially unique for the exciting variety of people who make up the Fletcher community. The current first year class is no exception!


80: from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe
Number of countries of citizenship represented among admitted candidates (listed below)
48 Percent of admitted males
52 Percent of admitted females
20 Age of youngest person admitted
45
Age of oldest person admitted
Nicholas  The most popular admitted male name
Emily  The most popular admitted female name
53: from Achohli to Urdu Number of native languages spoken by admitted candidates
52 Number of last names shared by more than one admitted candidate
36: from Alaska to Wisconsin
Number of US states where admitted students currently live
85: from Afghanistan to Swaziland
Number of countries where admitted students currently live
400+ Number of undergraduate institutions represented among admitted students
138 Number of Flags represented in the Hall of Flags (Fletcher’s main foyer)
9,500 +
Number of living Fletcher alumni
70+
Number of Fletcher alumni clubs around the world
Number of admitted students who share a birthday (March 13) with Austin Barclay Fletcher

Most common places of birth

Cities:

Boston
Chicago
Karachi
Los Angeles
London
New York City
New Delhi
Seoul
Tokyo
Washington, DC


Most Common Native Languages

Arabic
Chinese
English
French
German
Hindi
Japanese
Korean
Spanish
Turkish
Urdu

Citizenships Represented

AFGHANISTAN

ARGENTINA
ARMENIA AUSTRALIA
AUSTRIA BANGLADESH
BELGIUM BOLIVIA
BRAZIL BULGARIA
CAMBODIA CANADA
CHAD CHINA
COLOMBIA COTE D'IVOIRE
CROATIA CZECH REPUBLIC
ECUADOR EGYPT
EL SALVADOR FINLAND
FRANCE GERMANY
GHANA GREECE
GUINEA HAITI
HONG KONG S.A.R. HUNGARY
INDIA INDONESIA
IRAN IRELAND
ISRAEL ITALY
JAMAICA JAPAN
JORDAN KAZAKHSTAN
KENYA KUWAIT
LEBANON LIBYA
MALI

MAURITIUS

MEXICO MONGOLIA
MOROCCO NEPAL
NETHERLANDS NEW ZEALAND
NICARAGUA NIGERIA
NORWAY PAKISTAN
PALESTINE PERU
PHILIPPINES QATAR
ROMANIA RUSSIA
RWANDA SERBIA
SINGAPORE SLOVAKIA
SOUTH KOREA SPAIN
SRI LANKA SWITZERLAND
SYRIA THAILAND
THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA TURKEY
UGANDA UKRAINE
UNITED KINGDOM UNITED STATES
VENEZUELA ZIMBABWE