Events

We provide opportunities on and off-campus for prospective students to learn more about the unique atmosphere and advantages of our Evening MBA program at Goizueta Business School. Choose from the events below and come experience our culture of success firsthand by meeting staff, faculty, alumni and students.

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On-Campus or in Atlanta

On-Campus Events

After you've explored Emory's Evening MBA program through our website or met us for coffee, attend one of our on-campus events to experience Goizueta's engaged community first-hand. You'll have the opportunity to meet and hear from key members of our community including current students, alumni, faculty, and staff as well as see our beautiful campus.

Information Breakfasts

Come to campus for an overview of our curriculum and application process plus breakfast! Admissions Committee members will explain our Evening MBA program structure and the way your application will be reviewed. Current students will share their experiences and offer advice for how to make the most of your time as an Emory Evening MBA student. Information Breakfasts are held at the Goizueta Business School from 7:30am – 8:30am.

Class Preview Nights

Spend an evening interacting with our world-class faculty scholars and learning more about the expansive Goizueta curricula offerings. Class Preview Nights allow you to experience the classroom environment first hand and includes a presentation by a faculty member and a visit to one or more Evening MBA classes. All Evening MBA Class Preview Nights are held at the Goizueta Business School from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

Open Houses

Take an in-depth look at our curriculum and our career services in the span of an evening! Open Houses include presentations by a faculty member and Career Management Center staff plus interaction with current students. All Evening MBA Open House events are held at the Goizueta Business School from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm and partners and guests are welcome.

Atlanta Events

Coffee with Goizueta

You've got questions and we have answers, so meet Evening MBA Admissions staff and current students over coffee to discuss Emory's program and your candidacy. These informal, small-group Q&A sessions will take place in and around Atlanta. We'll answer your individual program and application questions, big or small, and provide admissions materials. No registration required, just bring your questions and meet us at a coffee shop near you! Visit our Events Calendar for dates and locations.

Career Preview

Come meet the dedicated Career Management Center for Work Professionals staff that will help you succeed in managing and achieving your career objectives. The Career Preview Night gives you more insight as to how the center partners with and develops students both while they are in the program and after they graduate.

Watch Our Web Chats

Choosing a business school is a big decision – after all, you will only hang one MBA diploma on your wall. At Goizueta Business School, we understand this importance and invite you to connect with us to learn more about our Evening MBA program during one or more of our live, interactive web chats. Each web chat is one hour long, and will cover an array of topics. Below are the web chats scheduled for the remainder of this year:

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Contact Us

Kathleen Edwards

Sr. Associate Director of Admissions
404-727-8124

Rebecca Sandidge

Assistant Director of Admissions
404-727-0497

Individual Information Sessions

You're welcome to call or email us anytime with any questions, but if you would prefer to schedule a phone or in-person appointment, schedule an Individual Information Sessions. These sessions are scheduled during normal business hours and last approximately 30 minutes, are informal and do not fulfill or replace the Admissions Interview requirement. You will meet with or speak over the phone with a member of the Evening MBA Admission Committee. To schedule a session, email us and please include your name, contact information and preferred date and time and phone vs. in-person.