The School of Business, in partnership with the Toppel Career Center, provide undergraduates with individual advisement, programs, and publications to assist them in preparing for life after graduation, whether that means starting a productive career, going to graduate school, or a host of other meaningful options. What you will do after you graduate must be a well thought out and researched decision, with research beginning in the freshman year!
Specific programs and workshops will be developed for freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. All students will be encouraged to participate in University and community programs, such as Toppel Career Expos and Internships. To view scheduled on-campus recruiting events, programs, and workshops click here.
Another important aspect of this office will be to prepare students for applying to graduate school and developing ideas with the faculty that will assist our students in preparing for graduate school (GMAT, etc.) exams.
- Individual Pre-Career Advising
- Referral of students to University departments: Toppel Center (for internships, workshops, special events and job placement assistance), Study Skills Center, and Counseling Center
- Pre-MBA Graduate Business School Counseling
- Making sure students are properly prepared to take the GMAT, completion of graduate school applications in an organized and timely manner
- Pre-Law School Counseling
General Toppel Walk-In Hours
If you are unable to come in during the times mentioned above, please visit the Toppel Career Center on a walk-in basis Monday - Thursday 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM.
People who are tall and normal-weight take greater financial risks and are more likely to hold stocks than shorter, overweight or obese individuals, says a new study by the School’s Department of Finance.
The result of November’s U.S. presidential and congressional elections will determine which stock market investors are likely to make mistakes and which are likely to make wiser decisions according to a study from the School’s Department of Finance.
Widespread publicity that revealed the names of 20 Florida hospitals that markup patient charges by more 1,000% above costs did not lead to lower charges according to a study just released by the School’s Department of Health Sector Management and Policy.
Days before voters in Colombia rejected a peace deal with FARC rebels Oct. 2, experts gathered at the School of Business to discuss the agreement, which they supported.
The findings, to be published in the Review of Financial Studies, also shows that the greatest impact of either win will take place in the quarter immediately following the election.
Join us for a half-day on-campus information session at the School. Sit in on an MBA class and talk one-on-one with current MBA students about their experience.
Alumni are invited to join us for an exciting evening at Bostonia Public House.
Join us in celebrating 75 years of Jewish life at the University of Miami! Dress as your favorite Jewish person from history, or today, and get ready for dancing, drinks, and prizes!
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an on-campus information session.
The School of Business Administration Invites You to Attend Dean's Reunion Reception & Third Annual Cookout!