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The Gabelli Advantage

Full-time MBA students at the Gabelli School of Business have access to a slate of advantages, each tied to the program’s identity as a socially conscious MBA program in the center of New York City.

Location

Here in New York, industry is at your doorstep. Full-time MBA students are invited to special networking events with Fordham alumni and other professionals. Site visits take MBAs into the conference rooms, design labs, and production floors of companies all over New York, from multinational corporations to startups.

The Lincoln Center campus’s location at the top of the midtown corridor allows unprecedented access to the full range of New York City businesses: companies that recruit on campus as well as those that take a different approach, opening their doors for student applicants to come to them.

Community

Want to avoid being just a student ID number in a sea of fellow MBAs? The Gabelli School keeps its full-time MBA program intentionally small, with an incoming class of 75 or fewer students. The result is direct access to your professors—and your peers. MBAs have a chance to develop lifelong relationships with their classmates, building an unbreakable network that will last far into their membership in Fordham’s population of 180,000 alumni worldwide.

Academic services

Gabelli MBAs are never without full support from the school. Full-time students have access to:

Program innovations

The full-time MBA program offers a completely immersive experience. Students in this program benefit from innovative program developments such as:

  • The four-week Gabelli Launch orientation program
  • A consulting-style applied project, and an Immersion Week to prepare students for it
  • Global immersion programs: seven to 10 days of faculty-led business education in another country
  • A Convergence Week capstone that allows MBAs to showcase everything they have learned

And much more. Contact Dylan Mosenthal, associate director of admissions for MBA programs, at dmosenthal@fordham.edu or 212.636.6200 for more details.