If you’re considering pursuing an MBA degree, attending an MBA fair is a great place to start. The MBA Tour is hosting 9 events across the US this July, starting in Chicago on July 16.
Collect Information and Easily Compare Programs
MBA Panel Presentations cover valuable business school admissions topics and answer a wide range of MBA applicant questions. The panels are hosted by professionals with expertise spanning several topics, including: Preparing Your MBA Application, Financing Your MBA, and GMAT Strategy.
School Presentations highlight unique program features in a 30-minute session given by admission representatives. These presentations are ideal for candidates to learn detailed information, compare different programs, and prepare for speaking with representatives during the MeetUp Sessions or MBA Fair.
1:1 Interaction with Admissions Representatives
MeetUp Sessions provide an opportunity for candidates to meet one on one and in small groups with admission directors and alumni from various programs. Meeting in-person allows candidates to make a personal connection with their top-choice schools and enhances the overall MBA application process by keeping lines of communication open with admission representatives.
MBA Fair The fair is an open floor forum to facilitate interaction between students and representatives, where personal and specific questions are encouraged and answered. Candidates can make a great impression on school reps and learn more about how a program appeals to individual needs.
What are the benefits of attending an MBA Tour conference? Hear from students who have attended:
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Coming to a city near you in July 2014:
Some of the participating business schools include:
Babson College, Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Emory University, Georgetown University, IE Business School, IESE Business School, Indian School of Business, Indiana University, INSEAD, MIT Sloan, Northwestern University – Kellogg, The University of Texas at Austin, University of California Los Angeles, University of Chicago – Booth School of Business, University of Southern California, Vanderbilt University, and many more.
Attendees should note that not all business schools listed participate in every event. Check website for full school lists.