The Nicholas Center was established to enhance the educational experience of Wisconsin MBA students in the Corporate Finance and Investment Banking specialization. Our board plays a critical role by advising on curriculum offerings, generating leads for applied learning projects, and participating in classes as guest speakers.

As a student in the program, you will benefit from board members’ and alumni involvement for career advice, internship placements, as well as a high placement rate for full-time employment upon graduation.

Wisconsin MBA in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking

Regardless of your education and work background, the Wisconsin MBA specialization in corporate finance and investment banking will help you achieve your goals. Our program provides a timely curriculum and applied learning opportunities.

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Stay current with our newsletter and blog. Network at our next alumni event.

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Blog

Read about our latest seminars and events.

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Newsletter

From goals to achievements, learn what’s happening at the Nicholas Center.

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Events

Join us at our next event.

Networking

You will benefit from the support of many people who serve in advisory roles or have direct involvement with our students as they progress through the program and into careers.

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Nicholas Leadership

Meet the team dedicated to academic and industry excellence.

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Advisory Board

The Nicholas Board of Advisors plays a critical role in the success of the Nicholas Center. Board members are practitioners from financial services/investment banking and consulting firms, as well as corporate officers.

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Alumni and Friends

We welcome and encourage your involvement!

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