The Economist Hosts Virtual MBA Fair

Economist-MBA-Fair-Feb24-25-2016

You can never be too prepared for your business school applications, and MBA fairs are a great way to connect with admissions teams while learning about specific programs. MBA fairs that are free and conveniently take place online are even better.

At The Economist’s MBA Fair (which is taking place today and tomorrow) you’ll learn: you’ll learn:

  1. Common Myths about the GMAT presented by the Graduate Management Admission Council, a.k.a. the creators of the GMAT. There are a lot of false ideas out there about this important admissions exam, so be sure to attend this session led by the makers of the exam so that you’re up to speed on what’s true and what definitely isn’t.

2.    Insider Tips for Getting onto an MBA at an Elite School presented by the head of MBA recruitment at Henley Business School. With top business schools rejecting up to 90% of their applicants, aspiring MBAs need to adopt a strategic approach to the recruitment and admissions process. Check out this important presentation for tips on selecting the right school as well as how to get in.

3.    How to enter into a $25,000 MBA scholarship contest hosted by The Economist’s Which MBA team. MBAs are a hefty investment, so twice per year The Economist awards a major MBA scholarship to the top performer in its Brightest Minds contest. Get all the details as well as your questions answered at the fair so you can enter to win.

To view the full agenda for today and tomorrow, check out the official MBA fair page. There’s still some space left and attendance is free, so what are you waiting for? See you there!

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