The Wisconsin MBA is coming to a town near you this fall as part of several On the Road admissions events. These events provide a great opportunity for you to connect face-to-face with representatives from the Wisconsin MBA and learn more about our program.
We invite you to take advantage of the optional one-on-one meetings with Wisconsin MBA representatives offered at several On the Road locations. Click the "Schedule a Meeting" link where it appears next to the event you are attending to reserve a timeslot.
Please note, registration for the main On the Road event is required in order to take advantage of this optional one-on-one meeting.
To learn more about the different types of events, please click here.
More Information about Wisconsin MBA On the Road Admissions Events:
QS World MBA Tour
The QS World MBA Tour provides opportunities to meet admissions representatives from the Wisconsin MBA face to face. Attendees receive a free copy of the QS Top MBA Career Guide, which offers advice on the MBA application process.
The MBA Tour
The MBA Tour provides unique opportunities for personal interaction between top business schools and potential students from around the world. Every participating school has been screened and carefully selected by an advisory board. The schools host panel sessions and alumni seminars, and are available to engage in discussion with prospective MBA students throughout the event.
As a founding member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, the Wisconsin MBA participates in the MBA Application Preparation Seminars (MAPS) each year. The consortium’s mission is to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in both business and business school. These seminars offer attendees one-on-one conversation with admissions officers, admissions panels, and alumni panels, as well as general information on what it means to become a part of the consortium.
Kaplan's Road to Business School
Kaplan's Road to Business School events allow attendees to engage with the Wisconsin MBA in both one-on-one and open-networking sessions. They can get key application advice from a panel of admissions officers and through breakout sessions.
NBMBAA (National Black MBA Association, Inc.) Conference
The conference is a week of workshops, learning, leadership/entrepreneurial institutes, plenary sessions, and interaction between 8,500 African-American business professionals, corporate executives, and students. The career expo portion of the conference gives attendees access to more than 350 major corporations and top business schools, opening the door for networking, interviewing, sharing of resumes, and exploration of career possibilities.
NSHMBA (National Society of Hispanic MBAs) Conference
With over 6,000 expected attendees, this event is tailored for Hispanic business students, professionals, executives, and entrepreneurs who want to explore job opportunities with globally renowned and Fortune 500 companies; network, build, and fortify connections within the Hispanic community; invest in professional development to expand knowledge, skills, and abilities to elevate their careers; and benefit from on-site career management services, including professional coaching.
SACC (Service Academy Career Conference)
SACC is a job fair exclusive to graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point.
Please visit the websites noted above to register and learn more.