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University of San Francisco School of Management


Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: February 23, 2021.

Contact Information

101 Howard Street
Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94105
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School Data

Annual Tuition: $70,800

Acceptance Rate: 68%

Full-Time Enrollment: 27

International: 37%

Female: 56%

Male: 44%

Application Deadlines: Round 1- November 15, 2021 | Round 2 - January 15, 2021 | Round 3 - March 16, 2021 | Round 4 - May 15, 2021 | Round 5 - June 15, 2021 | Round 6 - July 15, 2021

The University of San Francisco’s School of Management centers itself on social responsibility and conscious reflection throughout all of its business programs. Located in downtown San Francisco, the School of Management’s 22-month full-time MBA program allows students to network with, and learn from, business leaders in the Bay Area. 

What sets USF apart from other Bay Area schools is their Career Accelerator Platform (CAP). Taken during their first year, students will be propelled into their chosen career track by participating in a consulting project with a Bay Area firm. Students will choose from three CAP tracks including, Business Finance, Customer Success Management and Human Factors of Business Performance. In doing so, they’ll gain valuable real-world experience and integral networking opportunities. 

USF also prioritizes diversity, small class size and experiential learning, leading to an increase in personal relationships and an abundance of diverse learning opportunities. MBA ‘16 graduate, Alejandra Arce Gomez told the USF School of Management, “I love that at USF I interact with people from all over the world every day. There is a culture here of, not just respect, but admiration for different cultures and traditions.”

She went on to say, “It makes us better students and it lets us grow as compassionate humans, because everyone is comfortable in the group and open about their backgrounds and that way everyone brings something different to the table. I think that’s part of what makes USF unique.”