During these virtual events, we share tips and knowledge about Kellogg courses, programs, and student life that can help shape your journey as a student at Kellogg and as a professional post-graduation.
Video Runtime: 16 minutes, 44 seconds
Lance Bennett, director of diversity admissions, gives an overview of the Full-Time MBA Programs. You'll learn more about the classes offered and what it’s like to be a Kellogg student.
Video Runtime: 25 minutes, 50 seconds
Christy Heaton, director of admissions, takes you through the Kellogg application process and provides tips and insights on how to make your application shine.
Video Runtime: 12 minutes, 26 seconds
This video gives you the chance to explore our One-Year MBA Program, including program requirements and career opportunities post-graduation. Ready to apply? You'll also find information about the application process.
Video Runtime: 28 minutes, 9 seconds
Hear from current students about their experience in the One-Year MBA Program. They cover everything from their individual academic journeys to networking opportunities and navigating the recruiting cycle.
Video Runtime: 25 minutes, 20 seconds
Andrea Calderon, associate director of admissions, and current students talk about the courses and career opportunities in the MMM Program, as well as what it's like to be a student.
Video Runtime: 25 minutes, 38 seconds
This video provides information about the JD-MBA Program, including the course structure that takes place at both Kellogg and Northwestern's Pritzker School of Law, and the wide-ranging career opportunities after graduation.
Video Runtime: 57 minutes, 54 seconds
In this video, CMC director Liza Kirkpatrick and current students discuss the resources that are available to you through the CMC, and walk you through the recruiting journey at Kellogg.
Video Runtime: 55 minutes, 23 seconds
Linda Darragh, clinical professor of entrepreneurship, and Chase Michalek ’18 give an overview of the Kellogg Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative, and discuss resources available to help students develop a business.