CentreCourt MBA Admissions Events in September

For many who are just embarking on their B-school journey, attending an MBA admissions event like the upcoming CentreCourt MBA Festival is a stellar way to meet admissions representatives from several programs and impress them with your thoughtfulness and preparation…in other words, stand out from the crowd.

The festival has already made stops in London and Boston, and many US cities plus a stop in Toronto still await throughout the month of September.  This truly is a comprehensive event, with 35 of the top 40 ranked business schools participating in CentreCourt 2018.

CentreCourt San Francisco is coming up on September 6th, and will feature Stanford GSB, Berkeley-Haas, CMU Tepper and many more. The Los Angeles stop on September 8th, meanwhile,  will feature UCLA, Cornell, Darden, CMU Tepper plus the former AD for Wharton on a mock Committee panel. Find out your chances of getting into your dream schools.

This is a unique opportunity to hear from the deans, admissions directors and admissions officers of the world’s top MBA programs. CentreCourt is a free event and space is limited, so register today!

For advice on how applicants can make the most of MBA fairs, as well as general school research help, just follow one of the article links below to see SBC’s expert tips!

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