Analytical. Collaborative. Bold. Booth.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is the destination for leaders who want to change the world.
At Chicago Booth, you have the freedom to explore your intellectual curiosity in a collaborative community of peers and learn from the world’s leading business school faculty at Booth’s campuses in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong.
You will discover how to bring your bold ideas to fruition, while deepening your analytical thinking and sharpening your problem-solving skills. You will join a global community that’s committed to supporting your success.
Honoring our Asian American and Pacific Islander Community
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we will be spotlighting stories throughout May celebrating dynamic leaders within our community. Explore the stories below and in our section covering diversity at Booth.
Members of the Booth community reflect on how their Asian American identities shaped them and why this month matters.Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Amid a two-decade career at the firm where he started as an analyst, Kapoor, ’04, remains committed to the value of independence.Morningstar CEO Kunal Kapoor Is All In for Investors
Booth Alumni Worldwide54K+
Countries Where Booth Alumni Live120+
Global Campuses (Chicago, London, and Hong Kong)3
All University students will be able to return to campus in the fall, if the state of the pandemic and the health of our community allow.University Planning Full Resumption of Campus Activities for Autumn Quarter
The Duality program will leverage the region’s quantum ecosystem to help startups bring their innovations to the marketplace.Nation’s First Quantum Startup Accelerator Launches at UChicago
Blurring the source of ill-gotten gains can mitigate the effects of mental accounting.‘Mental Money Laundering’ Lifts Constraints on Spending Morally Questionable Income
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