Eighty-two student teams from 12 colleges and universities took their first big step into entrepreneurship and entered their ideas into the UW Business Plan Competition hosted by the Foster School’s Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship. That’s no small feat when you consider the top 36 finalists were selected by a group of nearly 250 entrepreneurs, venture... Read More
Terrell Ormson, Associate Professor of Military Science, Aviation Officer and Major in the US Army Reserve, shares his experience in the Technology Management MBA program. Why did you choose the Technology Management MBA program at the Foster School? The technology focus was the first and primary aspect that attracted me to this program. I was impressed... Read More
The University of Washington Foster School of Business has the third most productive management research faculty in North America, according to a study out of Texas A&M University. The annual “Management Department Productivity Ranking” tallies total contributions to the eight most influential scholarly journals in the discipline of management, and ranks business schools across the... Read More
This Saturday, the Global Business Center hosted its 19th annual Global Business Case Competition (GBCC). Twelve undergraduate teams, representing nine countries, competed for the title of GBCC Champion. The teams and their respective countries were: Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands Florida State University, USA IE University, Spain National University of Singapore, Singapore... Read More
Guest post by Brooks Holtom, 1999 graduate, UW PhD in Organizational Behavior. First placement: Vanderbilt University Current placement: Georgetown University
In the nearly 10 years since the Seattle SuperSonics left for Oklahoma City, several people have worked tirelessly to bring the Sonics back home. Episode 10 of the Seattle Growth Podcast, season 2, gets up-close and personal with two of these dynamos who have dedicated themselves to restoring Seattle to the league of cities playing host... Read More
The Technology Management MBA program requires an admissions exam as part of the application process. You can chose to take the GMAT or GRE. Hear more about the exams from TMMBA Executive Director Tracy Gojdics in this short video. For more insight into the GMAT vs. the GRE, read this helpful post from our admissions advisors.
The Foster School of Business is the only elite business school to send more than half (52%) of its MBAs into the tech sector according to Poets and Quants analysis of technology firms’ top business schools for recruiting MBA talent. The article Tech Firms Get Their MBA Talent at These Schools also noted the growth... Read More
The Pacific Coast Banking School (PCBS) has been a proud affiliate of the University of Washington for many years. Through Kermit Hanson’s leadership, PCBS organized and executed the Pacific Rim Bankers Program from 1975 to 2003. Founded in 1938, the Pacific Coast Banking School was first championed by Cecil E. Jenks, Vice President of Peoples... Read More
Work-compatible, a strong network, and geared towards a career in technology. These are some of the many reasons why Technology Management MBA students chose the TMMBA program. Hear more from TMMBA students in this video.