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You’ll keep learning.

You won’t stop growing. Your UNC Kenan-Flagler experience travels with you, offering opportunities to continue your education throughout your career.

You don’t stop learning when you graduate from UNC Kenan-Flagler.

You’ll keep learning when you apply what you learned here as you advance in your career. You’ll keep learning as you connect theory and practice, hone your skills, and adapt as you change roles, industries or organizations.

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UNC Kenan-Flagler offers numerous opportunities to continue your education throughout your career.

Every step of the way, you can turn to UNC Kenan-Flagler, whether seeking insights from your favorite professor or finding a formal mentor.

Your career-management needs don’t end when you graduate. From goal setting and resumes to negotiating, you’ll find personalized coaching and resources to help you to address your career and leadership needs

You’ll stay connected through our healthcare and real estate conferences, speakers series, Kenan Institute events and Alumni Weekend. You’ll return to serve as judges and interact with the best-and-brightest future leaders at case competitions, VCIC and the Alpha Challenge. Student clubs will seek your insights and expertise.

You’ll have the opportunity to freshen your knowledge by taking an elective after you graduate. If want to earn an MBA or Master of Accounting degree , you can learn in the format – online or on campus –that’s best for your individual and professional goals.

If you’re looking for change across your organization, UNC Executive Development designs custom programs to develop your leaders to succeed in the pursuit of your company’s mission, strategy and goals.

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Melody Zhou (MAC ’22)

“I am truly grateful for my time at Carolina. It helped give me the courage and drive to try different things. It made me unafraid to change paths and I developed into an agile learner.”