Returning to a full-time MBA program provides you with the opportunity to learn new skills and jump right in to a new career. But to make the most successful transition into that new career, you’ll need opportunities to practice the skills you learn in the classroom. Solid experiential learning is an imperative component of an MBA education.
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At UNC Kenan-Flagler, the number of real-life, hands-on learning outlets is extensive. Depending on your intended goal after graduation, you can select from an assortment of opportunities that match your interests, all of which develop your leadership potential and general business acumen. Let’s say, for example, you are interested in…
UNC Kenan-Flagler has a state-of-the-art Capital Markets Lab (CML). Students at UNC Kenan-Flagler put into practice their quantitative and analytical skills in the financial hub for the creation and distribution of financial information within the school. With open-access hours for students to conduct research, the CML provides a real-world setting for students to manage equity and fixed-income portfolios, right in the heart of the business school.
If you’re interested in a future career in nonprofit work, UNC Kenan-Flagler has a unique opportunity for you to get involved right away. In your first year, the Nonprofit Board Fellows Program offers you the chance to serve on one of the more than 1,900 nonprofit boards in the area. For six months, you’ll serve as a non-voting member on the board, learning high-level strategy and leadership tactics, along with gaining exposure to experienced mentors in the community.