Representatives from over a dozen European business schools will attend

e-fellows.net will be hosting another MBA Day at the Japan Center in Frankfurt, Germany on October 3, 2009. Prospective MBA students will have an opportunity to meet and speak with representatives and alumni from several European business schools (some listed below), as well attend Q&A sessions.

For young professionals with over 1.5 years of relevant work experience, 20-minute interviews with business school representatives can be arranged.

Attendance is free; application deadline is in mid-September.

For more information, please visit the e-fellows website. A list of confirmed schools is below.

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