Haas Launches New MBA Student Portal

The Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley has launched the beta version of a new full-time MBA student portal that will act as a one-stop place for students to access applications and frequently used Haas and Berkeley sites, helping reduce the need to navigate around the web for information.

The portal, created over the the summer by the Haas School’s Enterprise Computing and Service Management Department (a new unit that combines Haas Computing Services and Media Services) in collaboration with MBA Association leaders, includes links to bSpace, Study.Net, the student directory, event calendar, and outlook.

The user-focused portal also is customizable so students can create links to other frequently used tools, widgets, and blogs from all over the Internet. “We’re so thrilled to have this,” says Julia Min Hwang, director of the Full-Time MBA Program.

Enterprise Computing has just started working with Evening & Weekend MBA students on creating a portal for their program and is looking at rolling out portals for other Haas programs in the future.


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