Whether on campus, on the road, or online, the Full-Time MBA admissions team provides a wide range of opportunities for prospective MBAs to get to know more about how Broad can provide the right fit.
Those interested in learning more about the Full-Time MBA program are invited to attend one of our upcoming MBA exploration programs. Gain in-depth information about the program’s curriculum, admission criteria, career options, and student life.
Each session runs approximately 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. and includes a student panel, overview of the program and admissions process, and lunch. Registration deadline is one week prior to the date of the program or until capacity is reached. A detailed agenda and parking information will be e-mailed to all registrants.
Note: The program will pay the application fee for all exploration program attendees for the fall 2019 intake. This offer will not be applied retroactively.
If you are a current student at MSU, the Broad MBA program offers information sessions on-campus specifically designed for your area of interest. Join us to learn about the Broad MBA and see if it’s the right fit for you.
The Broad Full-Time MBA admissions office hosts webinars for prospective and admitted students throughout the year designed to answer questions about our program and how it fits with your goals.
All webinars are 7:00–8:00 pm EST.
Webinar topics are wide ranging. They include insights into funding an MBA, career exploration and preparation, application tips, women in business and more.
We invite you to visit East Lansing to learn more about the Broad College of Business, including our program’s culture and our community of students. If you plan to apply to the program, we would love to have you visit us on campus. The Broad MBA visitor program will allow you to:
If you are interested in visiting Broad, please email our MBA office. Please include your full name, where you will be traveling from, convenient dates, your concentration of interest and your resume. We will make every effort to schedule the weekday of your preference and match the proper graduate student to your visit.
The Broad MBA hosts prospective students on campus for a day-long event that provides a snapshot of what the MBA program at MSU has to offer (travel scholarships and lodging available).
Corporate America is seeking leaders who bring a unique perspective and are adept at uniting people of diverse backgrounds behind a common goal.
If you believe you have this leadership potential, we hope you’ll apply to take part in MBA 360 and learn why we have a reputation for training leaders who are capable of managing cross-functional, diverse teams. We also invite you to learn more about MSU’s partners in fostering student diversity.
MBA 360 is designed for prospective students who want to do a deep dive into the Broad MBA program. The purpose of the day is to allow candidates to interact with the Broad MBA program students and staff on a more personal level. During your visit, you will:
To apply, please provide a copy of your resume to Scott Smith.
If invited to attend, the Broad MBA program will provide your hotel accommodations and meals. Travel scholarships are available for attendees traveling more than 200 miles to East Lansing (within the continental U.S.). If interested, please apply early for scholarship consideration.
Note: The Broad MBA program will pay the application fee for all MBA 360 attendees.
MSU Full-Time MBA admissions officers and Broad College deans travel across the country and internationally to meet prospective MBA candidates. If you would like to schedule an in-person meeting with an admissions officer while on the road at a city near you, please contact email@example.com. In your e-mail, please include the city/fair as well as your availability (dates and times) leading up to and after the date we will be in the area. We will work to accommodate in-person meetings in the cities to which we travel.
Our Broad on the Road events will give you an opportunity to interact with admissions officers and alumni in a city located in Michigan or one of the contiguous U.S. states. The relaxed mix and mingle format allows you to chat with alumni in the area and get their perspective on the program. Admissions officers will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Updated lists of Broad on the Road cities are made available each September.
Forté Forums are free events designed for standout women considering an MBA. The forums are held annually in 12 cities to empower women with information about the value of an MBA, giving attendees the opportunity to make connections with representatives, alumnae, and students of top business schools in North America and Europe. Successful businesswomen representing diverse industries and career stages will also share how their MBAs help them make a mark. And you’ll gain exclusive insights to the admissions process.
The Broad College is proud to be a Forté sponsor school.
Full-Time MBA admissions officers and deans attend select international MBA fairs. Past fair locations have included Indonesia, Malaysia, China, and India.
The Full-Time MBA admissions office is located in Michigan State University’s Eppley Center on the northwest corner of Bogue Street and Shaw Lane:
MBA Admissions Office
667 N Shaw Ln Rm 215
East Lansing, MI 48824
MSU is within driving distance from several airports:
The Wharton Center parking ramp is staffed and offers non-metered parking charged by the hour. It is accessible from Shaw Lane just east of Eppley Center. The MBA program office will validate parking stubs from this ramp.
Wharton Center is located on the southeast curve of the traffic circle; Eppley Center is on the northwest curve. Once you park, exit the north side of the Wharton Center parking ramp and cross Shaw Lane heading toward Owen Graduate Hall. Turn left and cross Bogue Street heading west. Enter the four-story, sandstone-colored entrance of Eppley Center. Take the elevator to the second floor and follow the signs to the MBA admissions office in Suite 215 (turn right when you exit the elevator) or MBA Career Services in Suite 211 (turn left when you exit the elevator).
Parking in Ramp 1, Lot 51 is free on Saturday and Sunday (unless there is a sporting event). It is located immediately to the west of the College of Law on Shaw Lane. The Eppley Center is located across North Shaw Lane directly northeast of the ramp.