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Co-Curricular Opportunities

As an MBA student at UNC Kenan-Flagler, you’ll have access to scores of co-curricular opportunities that allow you to network with professionals and alumni, deepen your knowledge of specific industries and sharpen your leadership skills.

You’ll have opportunities to participate in activities that complement your interests and strengthen your post-MBA career plans. These activities take your learning beyond the classroom and prepare you to be more competitive after graduation.

  • Leadership Development
    Our leadership development experiences provide you practical experience through dynamic hands-on leadership activities, a customized curriculum that fits your learning style and goals, and personalized coaching.
  • Case Competitions
    Case competitions give you a chance to practice what you learn, solving real-world business problems in a competition with your peers and students from other MBA programs.
  • Student-Run Conferences
    Leadership, teamwork and networking are just some of the benefits of the student-run conferences held at UNC Kenan-Flagler.
  • MBA Clubs
    Our MBA clubs give you many opportunities to connect with peers and industry leaders, practice leadership skills, learn more about specific fields and advance your career.
  • Nonprofit Leadership
    With the Nonprofit Board Consultants Program, you get high-level strategy and leadership experiences, the opportunity to interact with experienced mentors, a chance to serve the local community, and the training and tools necessary to serve on a board post-graduation.

Experiential Opportunities

Other experiential opportunities you can take for course credit:

  • STAR: Student Teams Achieving Results
    STAR is a hands-on, action-based, experiential learning experience for MBA and undergraduate students who take become consultants to real companies to solve complex business problems and develop their consulting skills.
  • Student Managed Funds
    Our thirteen funds with over $18 million in assets provide students with opportunity for invaluable, hands-on asset management experience in their respective fields.
  • Elected Student Leaders
    Elected leaders represent the MBA student body to the larger campus community and external companies and organizations. Participating as an elected student leader provides unique networking opportunities with your peers as well as academic and business leaders.

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