Admissions Events - North America
As a result of the latest updates from the University of Chicago's efforts to monitor the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), all Chicago Booth events are canceled through Wednesday, April 15, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience. Your safety and the safety of others is our top priority.
In lieu of in-person events, you can still experience Booth's unique community and culture firsthand. We encourage you to connect virtually with us through the following offerings:
We are thrilled you are interested in Chicago Booth and invite you to learn more about the school. We offer a variety of event formats and locations across the country for you to gather information about the admissions process and to talk with alumni, students, and staff about any questions you might have.
Held in Chicago, information sessions include a presentation by admissions staff, a panel discussion with current students and alumni, a networking reception, and an opportunity for you to have your questions answered.
These intimate dinner events will provide you with a great opportunity to learn more about Chicago Booth's Executive MBA community. The events will introduce you to Booth's unique approach to education, our top-notch curriculum, and active student life. Admissions directors, current students, and alumni will be there to share their experiences and knowledge of Chicago Booth.
If you can’t make it to one of our in-person events, we have several online event opportunities, which allow you to engage with us virtually. Many of these events still offer you an opportunity to interact with admissions staff, as well as with current students and alumni.
Visit a Class
See it all live and in person. Check the list of available class dates and come join current students and faculty for the real thing. Space is limited so be sure to sign up soon for your class visit.
Participate in one of the diversity events that Booth hosts in a small group setting. These events are a valuable way to learn more about the Booth community firsthand.