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The newest class of Chicago Booth Scholars deferred MBA students represents a wide variety of majors and backgrounds, with an equally diverse range of plans during their deferral period and beyond. This is due in part to a 2018 expansion of our deferred MBA program to undergraduate students beyond the walls of the University of Chicago. We’re thrilled to have far exceeded our goal to increase accessibility to the Full-Time MBA Program at Chicago Booth. And while our team continues to support the newest additions to the Booth community throughout their deferral period through regular programming and networking events as they navigate their first jobs post undergrad, we are looking ahead to the upcoming application cycle.

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With a new academic year underway, we wanted to share some of the innovative courses and curriculum developments at Chicago Booth for 2019/20. As part of his vision for the school, Dean Madhav Rajan wanted to infuse more diverse topics and perspectives into the classwork. Booth has always fostered an environment where different points of view are valued as a road to progression. This year shows evidence of these long-held beliefs coupled with pioneering shifts in elective themes and other major curricular advancements.

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If you're checking out this post, there's a good chance you're hoping to become a Boothie one day. The next logical step to accomplish that goal: the application. Interested in what makes for a strong application? We'll let current Boothies pass on their insights.

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Booth has a reputation for placing a high value on data-driven approach to its curriculum. That approach, along with a diverse and supportive community, help to create a two-year MBA experience with effects that reverberate for years to come. We sat down with four alumnae—Selena J. Roker, ’10, Jasmine Richards, ’11, Ameerah Phillips, MBA ’17, MPP ’17, and Chinwe Aneke, ’15—to discuss their Booth experience. One of the areas we focused on was the academic offerings here at Booth. Read on to hear their insights.

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One of the differentiating factors of a Booth MBA is the strong, diverse, and supportive community that is cultivated here. Not only do our students come from around the world, but our flexible curriculum is welcoming to individuals from varying career backgrounds. All of these diverse perspectives means Boothies have the opportunity to connect with so many people and build a network that lasts for years to come. We sat down with four alumnae— Selena J. Roker, ‘10, Jasmine Richards, ‘11, Ameerah Phillips, MBA ‘17, MPP ’17, and Chinwe Aneke, ‘15—to discuss the friends and community they built while here at Booth. Read on to hear their insights.

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There are multiple facets to a two-year MBA experience at Chicago Booth. Perhaps the most obvious is the lasting impact a Booth MBA has on your career. No less important, however, is the opportunity you’ll have to feel the strength of our supportive community and the time spent surrounded by bold, academic thinkers. We sat down with four alumnae— Selena J. Roker, ‘10, Jasmine Richards, ‘11, Ameerah Phillips, MBA ‘17, MPP ’17, and Chinwe Aneke, ‘15—to discuss their Booth experience. One of the areas we focused on was the impact Booth had on their careers. Read on to hear their insights.

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The 2019-20 application for Chicago Booth’s Full-Time MBA Program is now available via our online application system. As always, we maintain an evaluation process that is holistic, focused on your aspirations, and curious about what you will bring to the Chicago Booth community.

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The best way to determine if an MBA program is going to be the right place for you is by experiencing the campus firsthand. While the Harper Center (home of our Full-Time MBA Program) is open year-round, we encourage you to visit while our students are still on campus. Not only will this give you the opportunity to sit in on a class, but you’ll also be able to feel our inclusive, pay-it-forward culture by meeting current students and faculty.

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At Chicago Booth, a number of students each year show an interest in pursuing careers in social impact. As Booth’s hub for people tackling complex social and environmental problems, the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation is working to help these Booth students positively impact humanity and our planet. Together with Career Services, the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation helps students explore careers in the social sector.

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The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation is the destination for people committed to tackling complex social and environmental problems. Through programs and events in social innovation and social enterprise, the Rustandy Center equips the Booth community with the knowledge and tools to positively impact humanity. We sat down with Rustandy Center to learn a bit more about Booth’s social impact hub.

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The Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership supports leadership development at Chicago Booth with programs for students and alumni. We connected with the Davis Center team to ask a few questions about the school’s approach to leadership education.

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Chicago Booth’s Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP) is a course-credit summer option for undergraduates that is designed to help those early in their college careers build business acumen and prepare for future internships and full-time jobs. As undergrads start to think about ways to make the most out of their summer, we sat down with Professor Kathleen Fitzgerald to discuss why SBSP should be on their list.

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We recently sat down with Brigitte Anderson, ’08. Brigitte was able to connect with Booth alumni through her work at a major financial institution, which helped drive her decision to attend. Since graduating, she became the founder and principal of Orange Vista, a consultancy focused on market research. We sat down with Brigitte to ask her some questions about her experiences both at Booth and beyond.

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Tiago Gomes, a second-year student in Booth’s Full-Time MBA Program, received the first-ever Rustandy Center Impact Investing Award, which provides $6,000 to support one MBA student’s summer internship in impact investing. Herecently sat down with the Rustandy Center to talk about his internship experience and the programs he’s leveraging at Booth to pursue a career in impact investing.

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ER Report

Whether students look to land a job in consulting, technology, investment management or something in between, the Chicago Booth Employment Report offers comprehensive data to help them understand the Booth hiring landscape.

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