Posts Tagged ‘MBA Fair’

What to Do at an MBA Fair

By - Jun 26, 12:17 PM   Comments [0]

If you are considering making the major investment that a b-school education requires, then you’ll certainly want to research into MBA programs seriously. One excellent way to learn more about your MBA options (and to help prospective programs learn more about you) is by attending...

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4 Egregious Mistakes: What NOT to Do at an MBA Fair

By - Jun 3, 07:48 AM   Comments [0]

These four egregious blunders have potential to completely damage your admissions chances. You’re putting in valuable time and money to attend an MBA fair, so make sure you know the “rules” so that you don’t end up losing out. Beware of the following four transgressions: 1. Asking...

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Three Ways to Boost Your MBA Application

By - Aug 6, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

The MBA Tour recently swung through Los Angeles, and Linda Abraham and I were delighted to have a table there. We enjoyed meeting dozens of impressive and enthusiastic prospective MBA applicants, and thank the organizers for this great event – nearly 500 people registered and...

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Free MBA Fair – May 29-30th and June 1st, 2013

By - Apr 23, 09:47 AM   Comments [0]

Free MBA Fair The Economist‘s Which MBA? Online Fair – May 29-30th and June 1st, 2013: Meet MBA admissions officers from programs around the world at this free online fair. Chat with alumni, join webinars, watch videos and download resources. Sign up or learn more at http://registermbafair.whichmba.com/gmatclub ** Sign up...

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How to Make the Most of MBA Fairs

By - Sep 6, 13:56 PM   Comments [0]

The MBA Tour will reach the four corners of the globe in the upcoming months, having separate tours in Asia and India in September, the Middle East and Istanbul in October, and Canada in November. The tour events provide you with great opportunities to meet...

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MBA Admissions News Roundup

By - Nov 2, 11:52 AM   Comments [0]

Thunderbird School of Global Management, the U.S. Department of State, and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative will be partnering to train Pakistani women in the fields of entrepreneurship, leadership, and business development. The program, which will begin by training up to 20 Pakistani women,...

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MBA Admissions News Round Up

By - Oct 28, 00:58 AM   Comments [0]

A Businessweek article reports on the increased phenomenon of helicopter parents…not at preschools, middle schools, or even colleges, but at business schools. “Helicopter parents,” a term used to describe hovering parents, have taken an active role in their children’s b-school application process. And when we...

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Attending an MBA fair? Do it right!

By - Aug 31, 11:20 AM   Comments [0]

There are two things that could happen during an MBA fair: You could wander around aimlessly in your Hawaiian shirt and flip flops, pocketing pretty brochures, and having the occasional, obvious-question-filled chat with admissions directors from long-shot schools, or You could dress to impress, arrive fully prepped...

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In Their Own Words: Admissions Directors Speak about MBA Fair Do’s and Don’ts

By - Jan 27, 09:39 AM   Comments [0]

In preparation for The MBA Tour’s upcoming events, Accepted.com interviewed three admissions directors from top universities about the do’s and don’ts of attending an MBA Fair. Read on for valuable advice! Q: Do you have any tips for MBA applicants on how to network effectively at MBA...

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An Active Move towards Global MBA Recruiting

By - Dec 22, 09:39 AM   Comments [0]

We followed up our post on BusinessWeek’s “In Hunt for Students, Business Schools Go Global” by interviewing top MBA tour operators to discover their perspectives on global MBA recruitment expansion. Peter von Loesecke, the founder and CEO of The MBA Tour; Nunzio Quacquarelli, founder and CEO...

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