2021 Fall Guide To The Best Business Master’s Experiences

CentreCourt Specialized Masters Fall Recap

More business school students than ever are pursuing master’s degrees in specialized fields from accounting and business analytics to information systems and management. Most of these programs are so-called pre-experience, meaning that they can be taken direct from one’s undergraduate studies with little to no full-time work experience. This CentreCourt Festival takes a deep dive into the programs offered by the world’s best business schools from a variety of perspectives: Admission officials, program directors, career management officials, and alumni. You’ll learn how to craft a compelling application, gain a better understanding of what you’ll learn, and how the program will open up doors to new career opportunities.

View the Fall 2021 CentreCourt Specialized Master’s panels below:

Hear from gatekeepers at INSEAD, HEC Paris, and Vlerick Business School about their Masters in Manangement programs. You’l learn about the programs, who they best serve, and what makes a compelling application.

What might your career look like with a Masters in Management or Finance? Hear from Career Advisors at London Business School, Imperial College, ESMT Berlin and IE Business School to explore where a specialized masters degree could take your career.

Hear from gatekeepers at Georgetown McDonough (Management), CMU Tepper (Product Management), ASU Thunderbird (Global Management) about their specialized degree programs. You’ll learn about the coursework, the profile of the latest class, what makes a compelling application and more.

Join John A. Byrne and Bipin Prabhakar, Chair of Information Systems Graduate Programs, Indiana Kelley as they talk about the benefits of a specialized degree, the popularity of Information Systems at Kelley, and the future of the program.

What might your career look like with a specialized masters degree? Hear from Career Advisors to explore where a specialized masters degree could take your career.

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