Our talented and diverse MBAs are results-focused, well-rounded, globally minded and principled leaders who know how to envision, inspire and drive meaningful change in the global business landscape. Highly competitive and genuinely collegial, our students average 5 years of work experience before enrolling at UNC, and appreciate the program’s emphasis on experiential learning.
In and out of the classroom, our students develop the career competencies cited by recruiters as critical to career performance and success: leadership, communication skills, collaborative problem-solving, analytical and strategic thinking, and a strong global business perspective.
The UNC Kenan-Flagler Full-Time MBA program is consistently ranked among the world’s best. Review the latest Full-Time MBA Employment Statistics (PDF).
“The energy sector is undergoing a period of transformative change, presenting some of the most interesting problems and career opportunities for talented MBA students. As a multi-faceted, leading energy company, Duke Energy recruits MBA students from UNC Kenan-Flagler because of its comprehensive energy curriculum. The UNC Kenan-Flagler Energy Concentration uniquely prepares graduates to contribute to the Duke Energy team that is building a smarter energy future for nearly 25 million customers.”
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"P&G has had a very strong relationship with both Carolina and Kenan-Flagler that dates back for over 5 decades. As a top corporate partner of the school, P&G is highly engaged across the School’s programs and centers. Our history of partnership includes research collaboration [Global Water Initiative, Global Team Effectiveness], senior leadership speaking engagements [Dean Series], higher education grant funding for University programs, in-class and school-wide case studies and student organization and event sponsorship [Undergraduate Business Symposium, Digital Marketing Boot Camp, Diversity Weekend, Experience MBA, Alliance for Minority Business Students, Out@KFBS, Carolina Women in Business and Empow(h)er]."