Below, you'll find links to every major MBA tour and event, sorted by host, school, and territory. We encourage you to attend as many of these events as possible. Learn about the schools so that you can get a sense of which ones fit your needs and sensibilities best. Honestly, making connections and developing a strong elevator pitch is a vital part of the admissions process.
Those who do so have a considerable advantage of those who don't. Show the schools that you're serious and get on their radar before it's too late.
If you'd like help developing your elevator pitch or need insight into the best (and worst) ways to make a good impression, check out one of our MBA admissions seminars, hosted monthly live online.
Our next MBA admissions seminars will be held:
The following hosts give students a fantastic chance to make connections quickly. Even if your favorite school isn't involved, attending will give you a great chance to practice your elevator pitch before meeting the school(s) you hope to impress the most.
Here are the top U.S. schools, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report and Financial Times. The rankings change from year to year — and there's certainly more than one valid ranking system! — so what follows is a general guide.
The schools change their page addresses from time to time, so if you encounter a link that's no longer valid, kindly let us know!
Many of the following schools are occasionally ranked in the top 25 and are held in high regard within their respective locales.
The following list is not exhaustive, but the schools within it are, in our opinion, the best online programs currently available and almost always make various top 25 lists. Please note that most of these options include some in-person modules in conjunction with their online delivery to help you develop bonds with your professors and classmates.
These schools are presented in no particular order but are similar in stature to the U.S. ones listed above and, in many cases, far less expensive: