LBS, INSEAD, Instituto de Empresa among participating business schools

e-fellows.net will be hosting MBA Day 2007 in Frankfurt, Germany on September 29. The event gives prospective MBA students the opportunity to meet with representatives and alumni of several business schools, and to listen to and take part in moderated discussions.

Participating business schools include Instituto de Empresa, London Business Schoool, INSEAD, Copenhagen Business School, GISMA/Purdue, University College Dublin (Smurfit), HSG St. Gallen, Lancaster University, Mannheim Business School, and WHU - Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management.

The event is free, but registration is required. For more information please visit the e-fellows website.

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