Does Undergrad Institution Matter When It Comes To MBA Admissions?

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on December 8, 2010

A reader emailed me recently and asked if the reputation of a student’s undergraduate institution plays a major role in being accepted to a top MBA program.

We reached out to UNC Kenan-Flagler Dean Jim Dean to get the answer.

Click here to visit Kenan-Flagler’s Full-Time MBA profile.

Do you have questions about b-school that you would like an expert to answer? If so, shoot me an email or post the question in the comments.

Reader Comments


December 20, 2010 12:17 AM

After graduating high school... 10 years ago, I am looking to take courses online towards a business degree.

I have heard not so good things and wanted to know the best online school to enroll in?

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