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Diversity event- MBA 360

Corporate America is seeking leaders who bring a unique perspective and are adept at uniting people of diverse backgrounds behind a common goal.

If you believe you have this leadership potential, we hope you’ll apply to take part in our MBA 360 day and learn why we have a reputation for training leaders who are capable of managing cross-functional, diverse teams. We also invite you to learn more about MSU’s partners in fostering student diversity.

MBA 360 is designed for prospective students who want to do a deep dive into the Broad MBA program. The purpose of the day is to allow candidates to interact with the Broad MBA program students and staff on a more personal level. During your visit, you will:

  • Meet with Career Services staff;
  • Meet current Broad students and attend a class;
  • Get an overview of our program; and
  • Have an evaluative interview with staff.

Attire is business-casual.

MBA 360- Friday, October 27th, 2017

To apply, please provide a copy of your resume and a written statement of why you are interested in the Broad MBA and what diverse perspective you would provide to the program based upon your past personal and professional experiences. Email these materials to Paul North at northp@broad.msu.edu.

If invited to attend, the Broad MBA program will provide your hotel accommodations and meals. Travel scholarships are available for attendees traveling more than 200 miles to East Lansing, and within the continental U.S. If interested, please apply early for scholarship consideration.

Note: The Broad MBA program will pay the application fee for all MBA 360 attendees. This offer will not be applied retroactively.


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