Articles by MBA@UNC Staff

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MBA Scholarships for Under-represented Minorities

We consider diversity to be one of Kenan-Flagler’s greatest assets. We actively recruit talented individuals from all ethnic groups and support a variety of organizations and activities that promote the representation of minorities in MBA programs.

All MBA@UNC applicants who have an exemplary record of achievement are eligible for consideration for MBA@UNC Fellowships. In addition, applicants to the full-time MBA program are eligible for UNC Kenan-Flagler fellowships that cover full or partial tuition.

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The MBA@UNC Advantage: A Genuine Kenan-Flagler Experience

MBA@UNC has made every effort to ensure that nothing is lost in the online format; the program requires students to meet with their professor and 10 to 15 of their classmates in a virtual classroom. Just as they do in a physical classroom, UNC professors lead a discussion of the problems or cases relating to the latest lecture. Though they are virtual rooms, classes feel more like sitting in a circle with your professor in the quad, where everyone is visible and expected to participate.

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UNC Kenan-Flagler opens MBA@UNC courses to MBA alumni

MBA alumni at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School now have the opportunity to enroll in classes in the new online program, MBA@UNC.


Here’s the Interactive Future of Higher Education

Online education is the next hot bet in venture capital.


MBA at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

James W Dean Jr, dean of University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, talks to Shashank Venkat about the institute’s management programmes and inaugural global business consulting projects in India.

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A new leaf: Online MBA spins a web

Online programmes are increasingly being preferred, as there is flexibility in timings and people from diverse backgrounds can join.


No Back Row

“What’s the one thing you’d change?” asked the dean at a well-known New York institution.

As a 30-year veteran of teaching in graduate school business programs (as an adjunct), I may have hesitated before answering. But having just completed my third year in law school, I didn’t miss a beat.

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Fundação Estudar oferece bolsas para a Kenan-Flager Business School

MBA@UNC corporate relations director Cheri Varnadoe discusses the benefits
of the online program for students in Brazil. (in Portuguese)


Student Voices: Learning the Business of Marketing

“What are you hoping to get from this program?”

Every 12 weeks a new professor asks me this question. My answer has evolved a bit since last summer, but here’s an explanation of how I got here and where I’m headed.


How to Prepare for the GMAT in Three Months

It’s possible to get a great GMAT score after only three months of dedicated study, but it requires hard work and serious discipline. In the middle of applying for scholarships and filling out MBA applications, you’ll need to devote a good amount of time to your GMAT practice. Follow these steps to get the best GMAT score you can in only three months.

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