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Students who complete the program will earn a GMAT Fee Voucher (worth $250), as well as application fee waivers from business schools, valued at over $1,300.
Thinking an MBA is in your future? Connect with other driven women from around the country, experts from top b-schools, and Forté to prepare for your next educational and professional milestone. This six-week program gives you all the tools you need to compile a competitive application for any top deferred MBA program.
BUILD YOUR BEST APPLICATION
This program is designed for women who have the goal of enrolling in a deferred MBA or other early-career program. Interested candidates* should prepare to attend weekly webinars for six weeks, meet with their peer group virtually, and participate in the MBALaunch community.
*Participants should be graduating in 2023 and currently attending a US undergraduate institution.
The cost of this program is highly subsidized by Forté partners. Registrants must pay $200 to participate in the program. Upon successfully completing the program, students will receive application fee waivers from select business schools valued at over $1,300.
During the program, students will receive discounts from leading GMAT prep providers - by taking advantage of these benefits, students can recoup the cost of participation. Enrolled students who complete all program requirements can also earn a GMAT Fee Voucher worth $250.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Program participants will have weekly live webinars for the duration of the program.
Enrollment for Fall 2022 is closed.
PARTICIPATING FORTÉ MBA PARTNERS
Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper School of Business) • Columbia Business School • Duke University (The Fuqua School of Business) • Georgetown University (McDonough School of Business) • INSEAD • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) • Northwestern University (Kellogg School of Management) • Rice University (Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business) • Southern Methodist University (Cox School of Business) • University of California - Berkeley (Haas School of Business) • University of Chicago (Booth School of Business)• University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Carlson School of Management) • University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler Business School) • University of Pennsylvania (The Wharton School) • University of Virginia (Darden School of Business) • Vanderbilt University (Owen Graduate School of Management) • Yale School of Management