Upcoming QS World MBA Tour Events in Europe

This fall, meet representatives from business schools like Oxford - Saïd, INSEAD, and Vanderbilt in various European cities

This fall, the QS World MBA Tour is putting on a series of events in Europe, which allow prospective MBA students to meet with business schools from all over the world.

At the events prospective MBA students have the chance to talk directly with the admissions directors and find out more on individual MBA programs, the application process and funding, as well as post-MBA career opportunities.

Event attendees will also have the chance to apply for scholarships valued at $1.7 million, provided by QS and in cooperation with selected business schools.

The entry to the fairs is free when signing up online here: www.topmba.com/events

Participating schools include Cass Business School, CEIBS, the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, Spain's ESADE Business School, ESMT, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Hult International Business School, IE Business School, IMD Business School, INSEAD, Mannheim Business School, Vanderbilt's Owen Graduate School of Management, the Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), the University of St. Gallen, UBC's Sauder School of Business, the Kellogg School of Management, UCLA's Anderson School of Management, and many more.

Besides meeting with business school representatives and learning about MBA programs, tour attendees will also be able to attend panel discussions and school presentations, learn more about the GMAT, and connect with business school alumni.

The following events are currently scheduled:

  • Sofia, 1st October
  • Paris, 3rd October
  • Stockholm, 8th October
  • London, 10th October
  • Milan, 12th October
  • Madrid, 15th October
  • Istanbul, 17th October
  • Tel Aviv, 20th October
  • Munich, 22nd October
  • Frankfurt, 24th October
  • Zurich, 27th October

For more information, please see the QS World MBA Tour Europe page.


Image: "Night view of Zurich (Switzerland) by Xcaballe / Creative Commons (cropped and rotated)

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