MBA Orientation Takes a Turn for the Innovative

An MBA orientation event at the Carolina Club, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Photograph by Meghan Gosk/UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Once a mundane introduction to business school, orientation has evolved to sometimes include condensed courses, travel, and even adventure. No one knows for sure if completing a ropes course with your classmates, as the incoming class at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management does, is going to maximize your potential for success, but it sure does make for more interesting conversation than a lecture on how to sign up for courses. Here are three new developments in MBA orientation:

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