Taught by experts from Training the StreetTM, the FDP supplements the academic curriculum with the requisite practical skills for successful careers in finance, including investment management. The program, which runs from early August through November, includes both live in-person sessions as well as a self-paced online format. There are eight separate course modules, which can be taken individually or collectively, covering topics such as financial modeling, Excel, corporate valuation, deal structures, interview preparation, and other topics.
The robust Career Mentor program pairs each incoming Full-Time MBA student with a second-year classmate. You will have the opportunity to choose from a selective group of second year students that are specifically trained to work closely with you during your career search. Career Mentors help you manage the recruiting process, providing guidance on various firms, networking etiquette, resume and cover letter reviews, interview preparation, and offer evaluation.
The Career & Leadership (C&L) team’s experts in career management, leadership development and employer engagement work exclusively with MBA students, providing support tailored to help you achieve your goals. Customized career coaching and workshops will get you ready for market; deep connections and job search resources will get you hired.
The Undergraduate Business Career Services team is available to help undergraduate students in any phase of you career journey, from career exploration straight through accepting your first job.
All UNC undergraduate students are able to connect with University Career Services (UCS). UCS is a full-service career office that offers, among many things: on-campus interviews, career events, career counseling, assessment and mock interviews.