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Visit the Campus, Attend an Event, Meet with Admissions Staff


The Fully Employed MBA (FEMBA) is a part-time program designed for working professionals and managers who seek to advance or re-direct their careers. Located in the heart of Orange County, we host many events to allow prospective MBA students to gain first-hand experience of the Merage School community.


Events for which you may register below (check back regularly for new events and updates) include:


Admissions Lunches & Coffee Chats

Join us on-the-road for lunch or coffee to learn more about the part-time MBA program at UC Irvine. These complimentary sessions provide prospective students with a brief overview of the program and ample time for Q&A. 


On-Campus Information Sessions

Join us for an on-campus information session where you learn more about the program and admissions process, meet members of the Admissions team, and hear from a panel of current FEMBA students and alumni.


MBA Forums, Conferences & Community Events

Meet the Admissions team at various MBA events throughout California.  Prospective students who stop by our table will receive an application fee waiver. Events range from ones that open to the public to ones dedicated to the military to women-focused activities.






Admissions Lunch Wed, Dec 3rd 12noon Costa Mesa
 Coffee Chat and Consultations

 Fri, Dec 5th

 8-10 am (by appt)

 Panera Bread, off Bison, Newport Beach

 Information Session*

*Last Info Session event of the year

Sat, Dec 13th 

 11:00am - 12:30pm

 UC Irvine Campus




 Other opportunities to meet with us by request include:

Evening Consultations availableAdmissions staff is available from 5pm-7pm by appointment.  Consultations are available in 30-minute intervals, via phone or in-person, by appointment only.  Please contact us directly to schedule an appointment.


Visit a FEMBA Class

Join us for three to four hours as you experience a Merage School FEMBA class.  You will be paired with a current student who will guide you through your experience.  Prospective students who have already attended an information session, started an application or worked with admissions staff, may request a class visit