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Stanford Summer Management Institute

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Summer Institute for General Management; Stanford Graduate School of Business

June 23 – July 20, 2013

The Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM) is a four-week residential program for high-potential college juniors, seniors, and recent graduates who major in non-business fields.

Taught by Stanford MBA faculty, you can expect to:

  • gain a solid foundation in business and management fundamentals;
  • improve your résumé writing and job interviewing skills;
  • engage with guest speakers from leading companies; and
  • build a network of talented peers from around the world.

If I had to sum it up, I would say that I came away from SIGM with lifelong friends, confidence, direction, and (ultimately) a job. If only I could do it again! Charles Baker, SIGM 2011.

If you’re ready for an intense and transformative experience, apply now! Admissions are made on a rolling basis, and the program may be filled before the final deadline. For more information, email summerinstitute@gsb.stanford.edu.

p.s. Spread the word and tell your friends to join you for a life-changing summer!

 


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