Meet Admission Reps in DC, NYC

Admission representatives from top business schools worldwide are coming to New York City and Washington, DC, to meet with potential MBA students as part of a national American tour through February 2010.

The MBA Tour is a unique opportunity for personal interaction between admission representatives and potential students. The schools will host panel sessions and alumni seminars, and are available to engage in discussion with prospective MBA students throughout the conference.

The internet and email make researching a business school much easier, but connecting face-to-face with admission representatives is still the best way to get the detailed information you need to make the right choice. It’s also a great opportunity to get your foot in the door by leaving a lasting impression with the people who make enrollment decisions.

Who is The MBA Tour?

The MBA Tour is an independent and high quality information source regarding MBA admissions. Their events emphasize personal interaction between prospective MBA students, business school admissions representatives, alumni and other like-minded education enthusiasts. Established in 1993, they have built their reputation based on representing top business schools from North America, Europe, Asia, and South America.

The MBA Tour has hosted more than 165 MBA events in 28 countries. In order to provide the highest quality educational events, every school participating in The MBA Tour has been screened and carefully selected by their advisory board. At all events, the business school representatives are full-time staff members, enabling prospective students maximum interaction with the actual decision makers in the admissions process.

To register for either of this events, click on the links below.

New York City: Saturday February 6, 2010

Washington, DC: Sunday February 7, 2010

The cost is $5 if you pre-register online; $10 cash if you register at the door.

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