COVID-19 Information and Updates

The Stanford GSB community has been continually adapting to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. See below for our latest updates, information, and ideas.

Program and Organization Updates

MBA Program

Stanford MBA students are returning to in-person instruction similar to pre-pandemic conditions. The university has instituted vaccine requirements for all students, faculty and staff with limited exemptions and has comprehensive COVID-19 testing and safety protocols in place. At this time, we are not accepting campus visitors.

The MBA Admissions office is in full operation for email and phone inquiries, and all events for prospective applicants will be online. The application process for fall 2022 proceeds as usual. See our answers to frequently asked questions.

MSx Program

All of us are adapting to a world that has been permanently changed by the effects of COVID-19; some of these effects we recognize today, and many more we will only fully comprehend in the future. We believe that now —more than ever — we must cultivate leaders who can effect meaningful change in the world around us. Explore one-year of on-campus study with Stanford MSx, our mid-career master’s program.

PhD Program

The PhD Program will welcome our 2021-22 cohort in person this September. We remain committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment through continuous COVID-19 testing, health checks, and vaccine requirements.

The PhD Program application opens in September and will close in December. We invite you to learn more about the academic experience and the admissions process.

Executive Education

We are welcoming executives back to our beautiful campus for in-person, residential programs. Our commitment to providing a safe and healthy environment for our participants is a priority.

Explore our current program listing to find a learning experience to help you grow professionally and personally.

Stanford Seed

The 2021 Seed Transformation Program is taking place online, and applications for the 2022 Seed Transformation Program will open in early 2022. Meanwhile, we are providing pro bono consulting and remote coaching to Seed companies. See how to get involved and support Seed’s mission.

Business Library

The Library is open to currently enrolled Stanford GSB students and to any Stanford GSB staff and faculty authorized to visit the Bass Center. Online resources are available and you can contact the library with questions.  

Alumni Career Services

The Career Management Center has compiled job search tools and advice to support alumni at this time.