Thirteen U.S. B-schools to participate in event on July 30

Thirteen business schools - including USC (Marshall), Indiana (Kelley), Carnegie Mellon (Tepper), Cornell (Johnson), and Vanderbilt (Owen), will participate at the upcoming "Inside the MBA" event in New York City on July 30, 2007. The event is designed as a chance for prospective MBA students to learn more about business schools, meet school representatives and learn more about the application process.

A list of participating universities can be viewed below.

For more information, please visit the Inside the MBA website.

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