Admissions Events and Visits

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The most effective way for us to get to know you, your strengths and your goals is by meeting us in person on our campus during a personalized weekday Campus Visit or during a weekend open house. We also host a variety of off-campus events that will help you learn more about the Vanderbilt MBA program.

On-Campus Events

MBA Discover Weekend I
Friday, Nov 6 to Saturday, Nov 7, 2015 | Nashville, Tennessee
Diversity Symposium
Friday, Nov 6, 2015 | Nashville, Tennessee
MBA Discover Weekend II
Friday, Feb 19 to Saturday, Feb 20, 2016 | Nashville, Tennessee
Women in Business Symposium
Friday, Feb 19, 2016 | Nashville, Tennessee
MBA Welcome Weekend
Friday, Apr 8 to Saturday, Apr 9, 2016 | Nashville, Tennessee

Click here for additional On-Campus Events.


Meet Us on the Road

QS World Tour - Santiago, Chile
Monday, Sep 7, 2015 | Santiago, Chile
QS World Tour - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Wednesday, Sep 9, 2015 | Buenos Aires, Argentina
QS World Tour - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Saturday, Sep 12, 2015 | Sao Paulo, Brazil
Connect 1-2-1 - Toronto, Canada
Saturday, Sep 12, 2015 | Toronto, Canada
QS World Tour - Toronto, Canada
Saturday, Sep 12, 2015 | Toronto, Canada

Click here for additional opportunities to Meet Us on the Road.


Coffee Breaks

Coffee breaks are a chance to meet with an Owen student in cities all over the world. They are held November through January and early Summer.

No events are currently scheduled

Click here for additional Coffee Breaks.


Web Chats

While we always prefer meeting prospective students in person, we understand that your busy schedules can make that difficult. We offer a series of web chats with members of the Admissions team, faculty, staff and students on a variety of topics related to life here at Owen.

Click here for more information, a full schedule and transcripts of previous chats.

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Julie-Vavrichek
Julie Vavrichek
MBA 2011

Summer Associate
Goldman Sachs

Owen set itself apart from the beginning with its recruiting process. My visit was great and all the students and faculty I met were very welcoming. Even from my short visit, I was able to see the tight-knit community that Owen had. Owen put a lot of energy and resources into getting the right students and for that much effort to be put forth so early in the recruiting process, it was obvious as a student I would be treated the same way.