ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT UPCOMING 2020 COHORT APPLICATION CYCLE
Due the unfortunate circumstances which continue to evolve with the global COVID-19 public health crisis, we are holding on launching the applications for the YAM BSP 2020 Cohort until further notice. We want to take the time to understand what Fall business school application processes will be like, and be able to define a plan to best support those who would be starting their business school journey in this new global reality. Thank you in advance for your interest and we hope to be able to help more fellows pursue their dreams.
When you are ready to start your MBA, we are here to help you prepare an application that reflects your best self and optimal potential.
For years, Young African MBAs has been helping MBA candidates strengthen their application and build relationships with current students and alumni across all the top business schools. In 2017, we formalized our efforts through the YAM Business School Prep (BSP) program to provide a structured approach to helping African descendants/residents/passionates pursue the life-changing and career-enhancing experience of earning an MBA degree. We are now preparing to start our third BSP cohort for the 2019 MBA admissions cycle, having already helped more than 45 fellows.
Across the program alumni, they have gained admission to and are already completing their MBAs at Michigan Ross, Oxford, Stanford, HEC, Harvard, Booth, Wharton, INSEAD, Duke, Kellogg, Columbia, and other top business schools. The BSP leadership looks forward to continuing to support talented applicants through their MBA journeys. Are you one of our next fellows? Learn more about what our program can offer you.
ABOUT YOUNG AFRICAN MBAS (YAM)
YAM is a first-mover and one of the fastest growing organizations of its kind, on a mission to shift the current paradigm in African management talent today.
Started as an MBA-focused organization in 2012, YAM now boasts a membership of more than 2,000 professionals, many of whom are neither Young, African nor MBAs; spread across the globe, from all walks of life - connected with a single objective to harness, protect and engage our ideas and talents in service of the Africa growth story.