Representatives from 17 elite US business schools

The fourth annual Fulbright MBA Fair will take place in Tel Aviv, Israel on September 11-12.  Representatives from nearly twenty top-tier US business schools will attend. 

The participating schools are listed below.

For more information about the event, please visit its website.

 

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