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Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business (formerly Marriott School of Management) gives its MBA students “fantastic, applicable instruction” taught by “world-class,” “supportive,” faculty who offer a “case-based approach” in the classroom, “simulating real business discussions about real business challenges.” BYU’s “Learn-Do-Become” programs offer students direct opportunities to work with potential future employers, “ranging from consulting for some of the largest companies in the world, to investing real money into the private space” through venture capital and private equity firms. The Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology offers a number of competitions, including the Miller Competition Series, where students have the “opportunity to grow a business from the ideation stage and win funding, office space, and mentorship without an incubator or VC taking a cut.” Other learn-do-become programs include the Cougar Strategy Group, a “student-administered, in-house strategy consulting firm that helps students learn a clear set of valuable models and tools” and Cougar Capital, a “$4M student-run venture capital fund.” Outside of entrepreneurship and VC, other “top-rated” programming includes the Human Resources program and the joint MS/MBA program through BYU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. The “strong” and “progressive” administration “take feedback well,” even allowing a “student-led internal consulting team…come in and make needed changes to the program and curriculum.”

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Admissions Office Contact

Contact
Yvette Anderson
MBA Program Admission Coordinator

Address
W437D
Tanner Building
Provo, UT 84602
United States

Phone
801-422-3500

Fax
801-422-0513

Email
mba@byu.edu

Admissions

Applicants: 248
Acceptance Rate: 53%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.55
Years Work Experience: 3.75
Average Age: 29





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