Undergraduates

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The Chicago Booth Scholars deferred admission program is now open to undergraduate applicants beyond the walls of the University of Chicago. Students at any undergraduate institution can apply while in their final year of study, defer and gain professional experience for two to four years, and then accelerate their career with a Chicago Booth MBA.

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We are extremely excited to welcome our Class of 2018 Summer Business Scholars to Chicago Booth. These 50 scholars from around the world spend three weeks on campus learning business principles and gaining hands-on experience before starting their careers. Follow their journey of discovery with us.

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This summer, develop your business acumen, establish a global network, and engage in an active learning environment founded on rigor and professional development. As an undergraduate or young professional beginning your career, you have the chance to enhance your summer with the three-week Chicago Booth Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP).

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Early Career Candidates

Carving out the pathway to your future career requires significant self-reflection. Sometimes you need to look back in order to go forward. Think about the building blocks of your career thus far. What are your strengths and how do they align with your interests?

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Last Chance to be a Summer Scholar

If you’re early in your career or currently pursuing an undergraduate degree, and you’re interested in understanding more about the Booth MBA experience, the Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP) provides an opportunity to strengthen foundational business knowledge and grow tangible leadership and negotiation skills.

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Scholar's Perspective

Just a short time ago, over 60 students from all over the world were excitedly sporting these shades—contents of a package signaling their admission to the Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP).

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Gearing up for a summer of summer discovery

This year’s class—hailing from 25 different countries from Bulgaria to Brazil, from India to Ireland—comes to us this summer with a variety of experiences unrivaled by any other SBSP class. With undergraduate majors as diverse as biomedical engineering, economics, and art history, each of our scholars will bring a unique perspective and each will in turn gain something distinctive from the Summer Business Scholars Program.

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