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Don't miss LA's biggest MBA admissions conference! DMAC [#permalink]
17 Jul 2013, 15:12
11th Annual Diversity MBA Admissions Conference Riordan Programs Alumni Association Saturday, August 10, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT) Los Angeles, CA
REGISTER: Visit Riordan Programs Alumni Association Website dmac13.eventbrite . c o m
About the Conference The Diversity MBA Admissions Conference (DMAC) is an annual event that connects talented diverse, underrepresented and underserved candidates who wish to pursue a degree in business with Admissions Directors at top-tier business schools. The conference allows attendees to interact directly with MBA Admissions Directors from the country’s top business schools, learn about the MBA Admissions process and the relative strengths of the attending business school’s curriculum and student culture. The conference has continually helped connect and place participants with top-tier MBA programs.
The Advantages of Attending the DMAC Meet Admissions Directors from top 25 MBA Programs face-to-face during roundtable sessions Get advice directly from Admission Directors Workshops and panel discussions focusing on making you a top candidate Top 25 MBA programs in attendance Start creating personal relationships with Admissions Directors The only event of this kind on the West Coast Limited number of attendees so you do not have to compete with hundreds of other people
Why Should You Attend DMAC? MBA schools are looking for diverse candidates like you MBA School Applications are at an all time high DMAC will show you how to stand out of the crowd Preparation is key to gain admissions into a top MBA program DMAC will give you the tips you need to boost your chances
Keynote Speaker Peter J. Aranda III Executive Director and CEO The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
List of Invited Business Schools: Carnegie Mellon: Tepper School of Business University of Chicago: Booth School of Business Columbia Business School Cornell University: The Johnson School of Management Dartmouth College: Tuck School of Business Duke University: The Fuqua School of Business Georgetown University: McDonough School of Business Harvard Business School Indiana University: Kelley School of Business Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Sloan School of Management New York University: Stern School of Business Northwestern University: Kellogg School of Management Stanford Graduate School of Business University of California, Berkeley: Haas School of Business University of California, Los Angeles: Anderson School of Management University of Michigan: Ross School of Business University of North Carolina,Chapel Hill: Kenan-Flager Business School University of Pennsylvania: The Wharton School University of Southern California: Marshall School of Business University of Texas at Austin: McCombs School of Business University of Virginia: Darden School of Business Washington University in St. Louis: Olin Business School Yale School of Management
REGISTER NOW: Riordan Programs Alumni Association Website
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