Projected Talent wins the 2014 Business Plan Competition

Current Students

Students are the heart of our University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business community—talented, diverse and committed to excellence. Discover specialized areas of study, clubs and activities that connect students with local and national businesses, consulting and career opportunities, team competitions and more.

 

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Current undergrads Current Full-time MBAs
Diversity Current Evening MBAs
Clubs & activities for undergrads Current Technology Management MBAs
Internships MBA Career Management
International and study abroad programs Employment & salary stats
Career Services Clubs & activities for MBAs

PhD student dissertations and jobs

 

Resources for All Students
Foster Business Library – More than 23,000 square feet of study space and library resources
Centers – Gain experience in global, entrepreneurialbusiness development or leadership business practices
Student consulting – Add small business or non-profit consulting to your portfolio
Business competitions – Solve real-world problems, join a team, network with business leaders and collaborate with peers in an intense team environment
Computer Labs – Access numerous computers, printers, laptops or projectors
My UW provides access to email and more with a guest log-in option
Live a little on study breaks – Explore Seattle or road trip around Washington

Foster alum Katie GrayTaking the plunge
Katie Gray (BA 2011) earned a Certificate of International Studies in Business. Last year she moved to Chile and got a job with Microsoft.
Minority Business Hall of Fame & Museum opens
The exhibit, showcasing MBHF&M inductees who have been pivotal in shepherding minority businesses, is hosted at Mackenzie Hall.
Framework for innovation
Julia Link shared her framework for designing products that solve real needs at the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Symposium. Learn more.