MBA Admissions Diversity Partners
We treat diversity as more than a slogan. Our commitment to recruiting high-potential, talented MBA candidates is supported by our long-standing relationships with nationally recognized diversity advocates.
The Tepper School is among only five of the top 20 business schools that partner with all of the leading MBA diversity organizations. Underrepresented minorities, women, military veterans, and LGBTQ applicants can benefit from our diversity partnerships and alliances.
Get to know some Tepper MBA students who are affiliated with various national MBA inclusion organizations.
The Tepper School is one of only 20 business schools partnering with The Consortium, an organization that enhances diversity throughout management education. Consortium members can apply to up to six MBA programs through just one application, saving time and expenses associated with the admissions process. Consortium members admitted to the Tepper School are considered for a full-tuition, merit-based fellowship.
Partnering with 55 business schools, Forté advances women by providing professional development, networking opportunities, and merit-based fellowships, like the Tepper School Forté Scholarship. Forté’s MBA Launch is a 10-month program that pairs women seeking an MBA with a support network and provides a structured roadmap for applying to business schools.
The Tepper School is ranked #14 among Military MBA’s top 50 business schools for veterans. Working with 52 member schools, Military MBA provides MBA research and application assistance, professional development, and scholarships for U.S. military. Tepper MBAs with military backgrounds make strong transitions into the civilian workforce, based in part upon the structure, leadership opportunities, and rigorous caliber of our program.
The Tepper School is one of 35 schools that participate in the Reaching Out LGBTQ MBA Fellowship, which includes a scholarship and access to exclusive mentorship and leadership development. Reaching Out MBA hosts ROMBA, the annual conference of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender graduate business school students, business leaders, and recruiters.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) partners with the top 25 business schools as a national advocate for