Upcoming MBA Info Sessions and Campus Visits at Business Schools in the US

How you can connect with b-schools in January and beyond

Interested in doing an MBA from a business school in the United States? You can find out more about schools you are interested in by visiting campuses and attending MBA information sessions. Through these info sessions, you can learn about the MBA programs that these schools offer, meet faculty members, and ask questions. Some schools will even let you arrange an informal interview, so you can make a good impression before you submit your application. Here is a list of upcoming info sessions and campus visits at 30 US business schools:

Boston University

  • Learn about the school's full-time and professional MBA programs at an info session on January 28th; informal coffee chats with current students also available

NYU - Stern

UC Berkeley - Haas

Chicago - Booth

Wisconsin - Whitewater

  • A list of upcoming MBA info sessions can be found here.

Harvard

Stanford

Kellogg

Wharton

Duke - Fuqua

  • Campus visits on January 22nd, January 26th, and more.

USC - Marshall

Cornell - Johnson

Michigan - Ross

  • Find upcoming MBA admissions events here.

UNC - Kenan-Flagler

  • See ways to connect, including on-campus and off-campus info events here.

MIT - Sloan

Columbia Business School

Virginia - Darden

  • A list of upcoming US and international MBA info sessions can be found here.

Carnegie Mellon - Tepper

  • On-campus, off-campus, and virtual MBA info sessions can be found here.

Dartmouth - Tuck

Vanderbilt - Owen

Washington - Foster

Purdue - Krannert

George Washington University

Penn State - Smeal

  • See a list of upcoming online chats and other events here.

Rice - Jones

Georgetown - McDonough

Ohio State - Fisher

  • Register for an on-campus information session

Georgia Tech - Scheller

UCLA - Anderson

Texas at Austin - McCombs

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