GOIZUETA BUSINESS SCHOOL, EMORY UNIVERSITY
Take an in depth look at our community--all in the span of a few hours! Open Houses include a class simulation and information sessions with representatives from MBA Admissions, the MBA Program Office, the Career Management Center, and current student leaders. During the Open House, you will also have the opportunity to conduct your admissions interview, have a casual lunch with current students, alumni, faculty and staff, and take a tour of the business school. The Open House event on September 21st is for all Full-Time MBA prospective students but also includes special programming for women. In addition, we will be hosting a special Goizueta-sponsored dinner for women on Friday, September 20th from 7-8:30 at TAP-Midtown. Registration is required for the Open House and a separate RSVP for the dinner.
Women at Goizueta
Network with current students, alumnae, staff and faculty at our annual Women at Goizueta event. This two-day event, in conjunction with the Executive Women of Goizueta Annual Conference, will showcase the array of opportunities and support available to women at Goizueta. Participation in the 2013 Women at Goizueta Event is by invitation only. All applications to attend the event must be submitted by October 28. You are strongly encouraged to submit your application prior to the deadline since space is limited. We will begin reviewing applications mid-September.Apply now »
MBA Information Sessions
For the Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business at Mills College, our business is women's leadership.
We are 1 of only 3 MBA programs in the country that is explicitly committed to advancing women in business. Our MBA program boasts a 90% female student body, and our undergraduate institution is all women. Our Dean, Deborah Merrill-Sands, is an expert in women and leadership, and we integrate attention to gender issues throughout the leadership and organizational behavior curriculum. Our emphasis on socially responsible business and ethics reflects women's priorities for their business school education and careers.
Come learn more about a Mills MBA at an upcoming information session:
ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Women in Leadership Conference and Admissions Preview
Join current students, alumnae, professionals, admissions representatives, and other prospective students at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business annual Women in Leadership Conference. Strengthen your network and learn how to drive your career through thoughtful and effective leadership. Learn about the Michigan Ross MBA program from the perspective of female students. Get in-depth information about MAP, recruiting, student life, and other aspects of our MBA experience.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Join current Booth students at Summer Student-hosted Events! At these events, you’ll have the unique opportunity to engage with Booth students in a relaxed and informal environment. These gatherings are a great way to learn more about the Booth community and the student experience. Be on the lookout for women’s events in New York and Chicago!
Hosted by Admissions staff and alumni, these events will begin with a presentation providing an overview of the Full-Time MBA Program, followed by a networking reception with our alumni and staff. This event will provide you with new insights into the Chicago Booth experience, our value system, educational approach, flexible curriculum, and student experience. You will also meet our alumni from around the world, and hear first-hand why they chose Chicago Booth.
Booth Women Connect Conference
The one-day Booth Women Connect Conference is designed to connect women within the business community, while focusing on proven strategies for success. The conference will feature accomplished Booth alumnae and other distinguished speakers, as they share their experiences and insights into navigating a wide array of career challenges. Registration will be available in August 2013.
Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit
Entrepreneurs have the courage to break ground, creating something where nothing existed before. At the second annual Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit, you will hear from some of the most innovative entrepreneurs about their experiences at the very beginning. They will share insights from their successes and challenges at the early stages and provide inspiration to turn ideas into reality. What will you create?
Texas MBA Women's Forum
Interested in applying to the Texas MBA Program? We invite you to attend the 2013 Texas MBA Women's Forum, an exclusive weekend-long event showcasing all that the Texas MBA program has to offer through info sessions about curriculum, career planning, student community, experiential learning, and Austin’s charm.
Tuck Women in Business Conference 2013: “No Limits”
The 8th Annual Tuck Women in Business Conference is hosted by the Women in Business Club at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The event brings together prospective students, current Tuck students and accomplished alumni across a variety of industries. Highlights of the 2013 event will include distinguished speakers, interactive workshops, panels of talented alumnae and networking opportunities centered around understanding gender intelligence, developing meaningful relationships and leading effectively. There will also be admissions and student life panels for prospective students, as well as the opportunity to complete your admissions interview while on campus.
FUQUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, DUKE UNIVERSITY
Duke MBA Weekend for Women
The Duke MBA Weekend for Women event offers all prospective female students a unique opportunity to sample Duke in the company of other women and like-minded individuals – from peers considering business school to current MBA students and leading faculty and alumnae. You get to experience the Duke MBA student life for a weekend, so that you can fully understand all that Duke has to offer. You will also have a chance to have your admissions interview conducted. Student members of the Association of Women in Business along with the Admissions Office will serve as your hosts for the Weekend. Expenses for the Weekend, excluding travel to and from Duke and incidentals, will be covered by Duke University.
Diversity Weekend at the Tepper School of Business is designed to help increase the representation of diverse students at the Tepper School and ultimately in global leadership roles.