UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Our mission, honed over nearly 100 years, is to shape future leaders with our world-class faculty and make a meaningful difference in the world. Top programs, renowned research, award-winning teaching and highly successful graduates are the products of our relentless focus and uniquely collaborative culture. Our goal is to not just solidify UNC Kenan-Flagler’s position in the top tier of business education, but to elevate it: to be the very best business school of the 21st century.

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Global Impact

Investing in the future of sustainable business

The India Impact Challenge invites students worldwide to pitch sustainable investment strategies.

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Alumni

The Carolina Way

Carolina alumnus uses UNC Kenan-Flagler teachings and network to help hurting communities.

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Global Impact

Global Business Collaboration

Students design investment strategies to address climate change in India

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Student Support

Representing the Very Best

MBA student receives prestigious scholarship based on moral character and service

Brianna Pinto
Athletics

A Star Athlete and a Stellar Student

Brianna Pinto balances her studies with her dream of playing on the U.S. women’s national soccer team.

A line of university students hike across a ridge in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Global Impact

All over the GLOBE

The Global Learning Opportunities in Business Education (GLOBE) international exchange program provides a unique and enriching experience for select undergraduate business students.

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Alumni

Investing in Women

Accelerating the advancement of women in business and society

Carolina Covenant Scholar Fidele Mugisha poses on campus at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Student Support

Fidele Mugisha ’21: A Winding Path

From the Democratic Republic of Congo to Burundi to the United States, Fidele Mugisha’s path to Carolina has certainly been a winding one.

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Donor

Sharing his good fortune

Steven D. Bell ’67 pledges $25 million for UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s new building, which will be named in his honor.

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Leadership

Encouraging a More Representative Workforce

“Kenan-Flagler was a place willing and able to see beyond my background …”

Donor

Invested in the Future

Building the way for more undergraduate business students

Leadership

Maintaining Normalcy

“I just try to keep things normal for them.”