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'Intro to European MBA Programs' Webinar February 21st!

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It seems that European b-schools are the best kept secret in the MBA world. At least that’s what we thought until we heard that everyone and their mother seems to be sending their GMAT scores across the pond. Are you one of the many applicants gunning for LBS/HEC/INSEAD/etc. this year? Or are you kinda, sorta toying with the idea of submitting an app in Europe? Either way, you’re gonna need an edge on the competition.

And we’ve got you covered.

They say knowledge is power, and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to MBA admissions. The more you know about a school, the more you can make a case for why you’d be the best fit for the program. And if an adcom is convinced that you’re the right guy/gal for the spot, well, it’s smooooth sailing from there.

Wanna learn the ins and outs of European business schools? Wanna find out what it takes to impress those adcoms and get advice on crafting applications that work?

Join us February 21st, as Yaron Dahan, Precision Essay’s resident European MBA expert, talks European Business Schools in a one-hour online seminar. He’ll break down the biggest and best programs in Europe, from their unique benefits to the secrets to admissions success, and then he’ll open up the floor for some Q&A from YOU.

If you wanna be sitting pretty in France or London or anywhere in Europe this fall, you won’t want to miss this event.

There are only 100 spots available, so register now:


Can’t make it on February 21st? Need some expert advice? Have no fear; there’s plenty more webinar goodness where that came from, including a session on getting off the dreaded waitlist, a one-hour webinar on handling a ding, and two 2-hour webinars specifically for applicants from China and India!

Check out our schedule of upcoming webinars here:

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'Intro to European MBA Programs' Webinar February 21st!   [#permalink] 13 Feb 2012, 16:35
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