February Conference Dates for the MBA Tour

Getting ready for your MBA? Get to know admissions representatives from both local and international business schools at these upcoming MBA Tour conferences. More than just a fair, The MBA Tour events offer unique formats to explore MBA programs and to help you discover your ideal school and gain a competitive edge in the admissions process.

Panel Presentations:

“Earning and Financing your MBA”

“Choosing the Best MBA Program for you”

“How Admissions Decisions are Made”

“Studying in Europe”

MBA Panel Presentations: Cover all your basic MBA application questions before speaking one-on-one with reps.

Individual School Presentations: Admissions directors give 30 to 40 minute presentations. Learn a lot in little time!

Open Fair: Meet one-on-one with admission directors and alumni representatives.

Conferences are free for MBA applicants, Register Today.

Participating Business Schools:

US: Duke-Fuqua School of Business, Cornell’s Johnson School, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, Georgetown McDonough School of Business, NYU Stern, Rice, UCLA Anderson School of Management, UC Riverside, UC Irvine, Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Northeastern, Washington U ”“ St. Louis, University of Maryland, College of William and Mary, Fordham, Baruch and more!

Europe: IMD, INSEAD, IE Business School, City University London, Copenhagen Business School, ESMT, HEC Paris, Politecnico di Milano, University of Cambridge and Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School and more!

Asia: Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business – China, Fudan University – China, INSEAD – Singapore

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