Aug 22 2012
WHICH MBA? TO HOLD NEXT ONLINE FAIR ON SEPTEMBER 5th-6th
Over 40 Business Schools From Around The World To Participate
New York, NY—Which MBA?, The Economist’s MBA portal, will hold the next event in its online fair series on September 5th-6th. The event provides prospective MBA students with a unique opportunity to interact and engage with over 40 business schools from around the world.During the two-day fair, participants can speak one-on-one with admissions officers and university alumni to gain a better understanding of the application process and overall business school experience. In addition to real-time conversations, visitors can watch videos, browse photo galleries, and complete a compatibility profile to find schools that are right for them. A leading international career specialist will host a webinar providing advice to prospective MBAs.
“There is an overwhelming amount of information that prospective MBA students need to consider in their search for the right business school,” said Isaac Showman, VP, Which MBA?. “TheWhich MBA? website brings the most important information together in one place and the online fairs help bring it to life in an interactive and easy-to-access way.”
The following business schools are among those participating in the event:
- AGSM Australian School of Business
- Aston University
- Audencia Nantes School of Management
- Business School Netherlands
- Hult International Business School
- Skolkovo Moscow School of Management
- University of California, Riverside
- University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- University of Virginia - Darden School of Business
- Virginia Tech
About Which MBA? (www.economist.com/whichmba)
Which MBA?is acomprehensive resource from The Economist for students seeking an MBA. Through our website, flagship program rankings, student forumand online MBA fairs we engage an international audience of developing leaders throughout their MBA journey. Users from over 150 countries come to Which MBA? for global analysis on MBAs and to connect with other students and business schools.
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