Full-Time MBA Admissions Events
The Full-time MBA Admissions Office offers many ways to learn about the full-time MBA program. MBA Admissions events include receptions, fairs, forums, webinars and online chats. The most common event types are described below.
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On-Campus Admissions Events
Each year the MBA Admissions office hosts on-campus events for prospective full-time MBA students. Some of these preview events, like our Inside UNC Kenan-Flagler: Minority Preview Weekend and Women's Workshop, involve a selection process in order to attend. Others are open to the public, like our Open House and Interview Days. The conditions of each event are posted on our calendar with the specific event details. In addition, we offer an Interview and Campus Visit program throughout the academic year.
MBA Fairs and Forums
UNC Kenan-Flagler staff travel to cities around the world to meet prospective students at multi-school events. Look for us at Inside the MBA receptions, Forte Forums and The Consortium MAPS (MBA Application Preparation Seminars). Local alumni often join these events as well. Check our events calendar above to confirm which events we will attend and come out to meet us in a city near you.
UNC Kenan-Flagler Receptions
We offer UNC Kenan-Flagler receptions/information sessions for prospective students in many cities around the world. These receptions provide the opportunity to learn more about the MBA program and to interact with UNC Kenan-Flagler staff, local alumni and sometimes current students.
We offer live webinars led by one or more of our Admissions Directors or Career Management Directors. Topics can vary year-to-year. All that is needed to participate is a computer with internet access. Video recordings of these webinars are posted on our transcripts page after the event.
From October through February, we offer online text-based chats on topics related to admissions, students life, career concentrations and academics. Admissions staff, current students, faculty members and career management staff all help to host these chats. All that is needed to participate is a computer with internet access. Text transcripts of these chats are posted on our transcripts page after the event.