Admissions

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Welcoming the Class of 2020 Two-Year MBA candidates

Johnson welcomed 280 Two-Year MBA candidates to campus in early August for two weeks of pre-term activities, panels, and leadership sessions.

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The 180: Hotel School ambassadors

Hotel School ambassadors act as representatives of the undergraduate program. Here are some reflections from the 2017–2018 cohort.

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Johnson women MBAs boast record-breaking attendance at Forté Conference

This June, a record number of Johnson’s women MBAs attended the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Welcoming the Class of 2019 One-Year MBA candidates

Johnson recently welcomed 69 One-Year MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. MBA students—together with their peers from the incoming Johnson Cornell Tech MBA program—have been getting to know one another, working in core teams, and tackling classroom and leadership challenges.

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Destination Johnson welcomes admitted Two-Year MBA students and families

In April, Johnson welcomed 171 admitted students to campus for its annual Destination Johnson (DJ) event. From team building to immersion information panels, attendees saw our ambitious, tight-knit community come to life first hand.

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Accelerate Johnson welcomes incoming One-Year MBA candidates

In March, incoming candidates for Johnson’s One-Year MBA program had the opportunity to experience Johnson and meet their potential class cohort at the annual Accelerate Johnson (AJ) welcome event.

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Admissions Bridge connects diverse undergraduates to MBA possibilities

The Admissions Bridge program encourages undergraduate women and students from underrepresented backgrounds at Cornell to consider business school and discover ways to begin preparing now.

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16 things every Cornell Johnson MBA student should know

Discussing everything from admissions and notable alumni to scholarships and salaries, MBA Crystal Ball highlights sixteen key points about the Cornell Johnson MBA.

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9 expert MBA admissions tips for 2018

MBA admissions directors, including Johnson’s Judi Byers, offer the very best advice for applicants looking to stand out in the admissions process.