Stanford GSB Class Visit Program

The first day of spring is just around the corner, which means the Class Visit Program is poised to resume at Stanford Graduate School of Business. These events offer prospective applicants a chance to experience a day at the GSB and are a great way to determine whether the school is a good fit for you.

Initial registration for spring class visits and information sessions will begin on Monday, March 22, 2010. According to admissions coordinator Brad Lindeberg‘s post on the MBA Admission Blog, weekly information sessions are available immediately but the first opportunity for a class visit will be Monday, April 12, 2010. Once enrollment settles in April, Stanford may open additional spots, he explains.

If you are considering applying for Fall 2011 admission and are planning on visiting campus, Lindeberg says the spring quarter is the ideal time to visit since events in the fall often fill quickly, when demand is highest.

For additional information, visit the On-Campus Events area of the GSB website.

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