The Partners in Education RAP is part of an exciting initiative at the Isenberg School to help promote diversity in business professions.
The EY Partners in Education Program is an exciting initiative at the Isenberg School to help promote diversity in business professions. The initiative includes a first year residential academic program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for students from underrepresented populations who are interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in business. The program provides services to student participants in their first year of college as they work to gain entry to the Isenberg School. Students in the EY Partners in Education program are guaranteed admission to the Isenberg School BBA program upon successfully meeting specific requirements by the start of their sophomore year.
Students considered for participation in the program must have applied to the Isenberg School as incoming freshman. Eligible students have a strong academic record and are selected by the Isenberg School and the University’s Undergraduate Admissions Office for participation. Any student who meets the requirements will be considered and contacted by the Isenberg Undergraduate Programs Office.
As the RAP is invitation only, students will be contacted directly by Isenberg.
Once invited, be sure to visit the How to Join page of this website to learn about the process and important timelines you must follow to become a member of this program!
Details of course information is available on the Isenberg PiE webpage.
Students will live together in Melville Hall in the Southwest residential area.
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