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Diversity Events

Stanford GSB is a diverse community, where people learn from—and with—each other.

Each MBA class is diverse in the broadest possible terms, including educational and professional backgrounds, personal experiences, goals, culture, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and nationality.

On-Campus Events

Stanford MBA Future Leaders Program

The Stanford MBA Future Leaders Program is a three-day residential event hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and corporate partners in the San Francisco Bay Area that introduces college students from diverse backgrounds to an MBA education and post-MBA career opportunities. You will experience life as a Stanford GSB student as you live on campus, participate in the classroom, engage in various innovation and leadership activities, and gain exposure to the GSB and Bay Area communities.

The inaugural Stanford MBA Future Leaders Program takes place at Stanford GSB from 11-14 August 2016. Costs for transportation to and from the program (including airfare), as well as lodging and food during the program, are covered for participants. There is no fee to apply.

Applications for this program are due by Thursday, 17 March 2016. Learn more and apply.

Many Voices: Perspectives on Diversity

Meet Stanford GSB alumni, students, faculty, and staff; experience a class-immersion; and gain insight into the admission process at this on-campus event geared toward minority and LGBT perspectives.

Registration for this event has closed. To get an invitation to next year’s Many Voices, fill out the Stay in Touch form.

XX Factor: Women Changing the World

Targeted to women considering business school, this on-campus event helps you learn about the unique opportunities the Stanford MBA Program provides, lets you experience a class immersion, and provides an overview of the admission process.

Registration for this event has closed. To get an invitation to next year’s XX Factor, fill out the Stay in Touch form.

Information Sessions

Certain information sessions feature the perspectives of women, U.S. minorities, and LGBT members of our community, while providing a detailed overview of the MBA Program’s distinctive features and our admission process. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions of an MBA Admissions Office representative.

Off-Campus Events

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Last Updated 4 Feb 2016