Attend on-campus info sessions at Columbia, NYU, Fordham, and Hofstra

Below is a list of some of the upcoming, on-campus MBA and Executive MBA (EMBA) information sessions at four business schools in the New York City area: NYU Stern, Columbia Business School (CBS), Fordham University, and Hofstra Zarb.

 

January 16 -  NYU Stern: EMBA Info Session

                      Hofstra: Full-time MBA Info Session

January 22 -  Fordham: General MBA Info Session

January 25 - Columbia Business School: EMBA Info Session

February 6 - Columbia Business School: EMBA Info Session

February 22 -  NYU Stern: EMBA Info Session

February 28 -  Fordham: General MBA Info Session

March 11  - Fordham: General MBA Info Session

March 18 -  Columbia Business School: EMBA Info Session

March 26 -  NYU Stern: EMBA Info Session

April 1 - Columbia Business School: EMBA Info Session

April 22 -  Fordham: General MBA Info Session

April 26 - Columbia Business School: EMBA Info Session

 

Note: NYU Stern and CBS normally host several MBA info sessions each week.

For information about the programs mentioned above, follow the links below.

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