All MBA programs are not created equal. Every business school provides a unique learning experience for students. At this CentreCourt MBA Festival, business school deans, academic directors and alumni speak frankly about what makes their programs stand out. Join these fireside chats and conversations to gain the insights and know-how necessary to make the best possible program choice for you.
Illinois Gies Alumni and F-35 Site Lead for Japan Air Self-Defense Forces, Heidi Moore.
They got into both. One chose Harvard Business School, the other chose Stanford Graduate School of Business. Hear about their thought process, experience in these top programs, and where they’re headed now.
A fireside conversation with Washington Foster Dean Frank Hodge.
A fireside conversation with RSM Dean of Executive Education Nicola Kleyn.
A fireside conversation with CMU Tepper Dean Leanne Meyer.
Michigan Ross Alumni and Minnesota Vikings EVP/CMO, Martin Nance.
IBM Chief Digital Officer – Energy, Environment and Utilities and Cambridge Judge Alumni, Mahesh Sudhakaran talks leadership with Matt Symonds.
Fireside with Duke Fuqua Dean Bill Boulding.
A Fireside conversation with IMD Dean Sean Meehan.
They got into both. One chose London Business School, the other chose INSEAD. Hear about their thought process, experience in these top programs, and where they’re headed now.
Matt Symonds speaks with Admissions Directors from top MBA programs about what they look for in candidates, as well as how their programs develop not only business skills but enrich personal development and leadership skills.
Matt Symonds speaks with Admissions Directors from Ross, Tepper and Gies about creating a compelling application, common application mistakes, what they look for in candidates and much more.
Poets&Quants Editor-in-Chief, John A. Byrne, speaks with Admissions Directors about what makes a candidate stand out, tips and advice for compelling application and more. If you’re considering an MBA and any of these programs, it’s a conversation you won’t want to miss.
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