As a student in the MSx (Masters in Management) program, you will find many ways to enrich your experience, ranging from student-organized clubs to school-run activities.
Within Stanford GSB
Stanford GSB has many student organizations and clubs that augment your learning experience and provide opportunities for building relationships with others during your one year masters program.
MSx Student Association
The student association represents and advocates for MSx students’ views and concerns; promotes, coordinates, and operates MSx student activities and services; and enhances channels of communication among students, faculty, administration, alumni, and university communities.
The GSB Soccer Club aims to promote a balance between fun and serious soccer for all GSB students who are interested in the world’s greatest sport. We welcome all levels of skill and involvement. For those who love playing, we plan a number of big events throughout the year, including: UCLA Tournament, Austin Tournament, C4C at Stanford, US vs. the World LPF, and MBA1s vs. MBA2s. Additionally, we have pick-up games three–four times a week throughout the year that are open to everyone. We look forward to seeing you out there!
The Veterans Club is the GSB’s association of military veterans. While all ex-military MBA and MSx students are automatically members, the club is open to all GSB students and attempts to relate the unique experiences of military service to current events and business problems that managers are likely to encounter, including strategic, human resources, and operational issues. The Veterans Club also provides an opportunity to help MBA1 club members who are seeking a private-sector position for the first time with advice concerning the recruiting process, including writing resumes, industry and company analysis, and interviewing skills.
Upcoming Events at Stanford GSB
You will find that Stanford University offers more cultural and academic opportunities than you can possibly experience in a single year.
Explore Cantor Art Center, go to concerts in Bing Concert Hall, attend lectures, talks, panels, and films nightly around campus. All can be found on the Stanford Events calendar.
Rejuvenate your mind and spirit with a visit to Windhover. Arrange a chat at the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford to learn about human-centered mobility. Or attend a lecture hosted by the new Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.
Maintain your physical wellbeing at any of the fitness and recreation facilities on campus (the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation is the facility closest to the Knight Management Center). You can take fitness classes, join an intramural sport, scale the climbing wall, swim at the pool, or just get a quick cardio or weight workout between classes.
And, of course, there are a myriad of athletic events at which you can proudly support Stanford’s sports teams.
No matter what your professional and personal aspirations may be, you can find a way to get plugged into the community and make the most of your year here.
Make the Most of Your Year
Even though you are focused on your business masters degree, engaging in a breadth of community opportunities ensures you have a remarkable and transformative year.