HBS Prospective Students Day
The HBS Prospective Students Day (PSD) targeted at minority students offers a wide array of resources that will allow you to gain more insight into HBS.
There is a scheduled class visit for interested prospective students which provides valuable insight into the case method of teaching at HBS.
Information sessions via panel discussions will provide prospective students the opportunity to learn more about HBS' competitive strengths and the application process. These discussions also provide a forum to ask questions of administrators, alumni and students.
Prospective students will also be able to gain insight into the social environment through on and off campus social events. The PSD represents a great opportunity to understand why HBS and an MBA is the right decision for you.
Please look out for the PSD date and register early to secure your spot.
ABC Prospective Students Workshop
During the annual Africa Business Club conference, the club is proud to host a series of events targeted at prospective students to the MBA program at HBS.
We hope these activities will clarify questions around the HBS application process, provide insights into the academic and broader student life at HBS, and open you to the network of African students and their experiences at HBS. These activities include:
An informal luncheon for prospective students with ABC members
An "MBA 101" presentation providing an overview of the MBA program, the relevance to one's future career plans and things to keep in mind as one weighs the prospect of applying in the future
A presentation and Q&A session by a representative from the HBS Admissions Office
A Q&A session with a panel of current African students at HBS
An opportunity to attend an HBS class and witness the case method in action
Prospective Students Information Sessions in Africa
The Africa Business Club hosts information sessions across the African continent targeted at prospective students interested in the Harvard Business School MBA program. These sessions aim to demystify the HBS application process, provide insights into academic and broader student life at HBS, and open prospective students to the network of current students and alumni in Africa and their experiences at HBS.
Contact us for more information.