Join Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions Fernando Antonioli for an informal “Ask Me Anything” covering our Specialty Master's programs, including our MS in Finance, MS in Management, MS in International Management, and MS in Business Analytics. This event is an excellent opportunity to learn more, ask questions, and discover how a graduate business education from D'Amore-McKim can enrich your skillset, expand your network, and enhance your professional potential.

Don't forget that our next application deadline for our Full-Time Specialty Master's programs is Wednesday, November 9th, to start classes in September. If you're ready, start your application. Or join this chat to ask any questions.

Frequently discussed topics for this session include:

  • The application process – Find out what our admissions team looks for to make your application stand out.
  • STEM designation – The curriculums offered for full-time study in the MS in Quantitative Finance and MS in Business Analytics programs are STEM-designated.
  • Funding your education – Northeastern has a variety of scholarships and financial aid options.


Fernando Antonioli is an Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions at D'Amore-McKim. He specializes in recruiting students for the Graduate Certificate and MS in Management programs. As a member of the Admissions team, he reviews applications and communicates with and interviews applicants. He also enjoys forming connections with prospective students by hosting admissions events and workshops and representing the D'Amore-McKim School of Business at admissions fairs and forums.

Prior to joining the team at D'Amore-McKim, Fernando worked in admissions at other institutions, where he spent time interviewing and recruiting domestic and international students.

Fernando began working in higher education in 2018 as an Admissions Assistant with Boston-based company Shorelight working closely with the Latin American region. He continued his work in the education industry as an Admissions Advisor at IE Business School.

He is originally from Caracas, Venezuela, where he worked in corporate finance.