Eliteseat is back for its third year – apply today!

| September 4, 2019
Submitted by Hrithik Sharma for ELITESEAT

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Calling all curious and motivated first and second year business students. ELITESEAT is back and ready for its third year!

For those of you who don’t know…
Through industry-partnered learning, ELITESEAT offers unique workshops and real-world cases to develop crucial case analysis abilities. The semester-long program allows 15 first and second-year business students to gain perspective on the practice of business while crafting invaluable skills.

How do you get in you ask?
There is a 3 phase application process consisting of a written application, case simulation, and face-to-face interview. We will inform applicants after each phase whether they have made it to the next round.

This year ELITESEAT is hosting its first-ever Opening Mixer!
On Tuesday, September 10 at 6 PM, join us in the DSB lobby where we will talk about this year’s structure, reveal our industry Learning Partners for the year, and answer your questions. If you want to learn more about the program, network with our Partners and last year’s delegates, and eat some food, don’t miss your chance!

Sign up here, and follow our Instagram!

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