Posts Tagged ‘mba tours and fairs’

How Do You Show Demonstrated Interest to MBA Programs?

By - Feb 18, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

An article recently published by the Wall Street Journal recently reported that many undergraduate institutions are now tracking how quickly prospective students opened their emails, how long they kept them open, and whether they clicked on any of their links. They include these metrics in...

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What Should You Do If You Can’t Visit B-Schools in Person?

By - Dec 18, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

“What Should You Do If You Can't Visit B-Schools in Person?” is excerpted from MBA Admission for Smarties: The No-Nonsense Guide to Acceptance at Top Business Schools, by Linda Abraham and Judy Gruen. I realize that for many, if not most applicants (particularly international applicants applying to...

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5 Ways to Make the Most of B-School Visits, Fairs & Receptions

By - Jul 13, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

Applying to MBA programs in the Fall? Then you’re probably planning to meet with MBA admissions committee members at various types of events – school visits, MBA fairs, school receptions, etc. – as part of that process. Adcom members are preparing for you as well. In...

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Quick & Dirty Tips for Maximizing your Business School Visits

By - Jun 16, 17:18 PM   Comments [0]

With respect to visiting business schools: Make sure you schedule a classroom visit through the admissions office. A student will lead you around and make introductions for you. Don't just show up. Plan your visit before the fall, if you can and if tours are available this time in...

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3 Rules for Attending an MBA Fair

By - Jul 27, 13:15 PM   Comments [0]

You’ve just booked your first MBA fair – now what? What can you do now to ensure that you’re prepared for the big day? What are some things you can do at the fair to help you get the most out of the event? And...

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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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Access MBA Tour, Soon in North America

By - Feb 21, 08:28 AM   Comments [0]

The North American Access MBA Tour is appearing soon in: New York City March 6 Toronto March 8 Montreal March 10 Vancouver March 13 A unique and customised event format that helps you select the right MBA program:   •  One-to-One meetings and workshops with Admissions Directors • Personalized MBA Orientation • Interactive MBA conferences • GMAT advising • Scholarship opportunities Among the...

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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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Upcoming MBA Tour Events in the U.S.

By - Jul 16, 14:02 PM   Comments [0]

MBA events and receptions are excellent opportunities for those of you who don’t live close to your target schools to learn more about the programs, interact with school representatives -- admission committee members, current students, and/or recent alumni -- and get answers to your burning...

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MBA Program Visits, Fairs, Receptions: 5 Simple Steps to Make Them Productive

By - May 12, 12:59 PM   Comments [0]

Applying to MBA programs this coming fall or winter? Then probably you’re planning to meet with MBA admission committee members at various types of events – school visits, MBA fairs, school receptions, etc. – as part of that process. An ideal time for school visits...

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