e-Fellows to Host MBA Open Days in Frankfurt and Vienna

Meet with representatives from business schools such as IE Business School, ESMT, INSEAD, and more in October.

The website e-Fellows.net will be holding MBA open days in Frankfurt and Vienna in October.

Those who attend the events will be able to meet with business schools like IE Business School, HKUST, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, HEC Paris, London Business School, Hult International Business School, the University of St. Gallen, INSEAD, as well as others. 

Attendees will be able to learn about the MBA programs offered by these and other schools.The MBA open days will include GMAT info sessions, introductions to business schools, and one-on-one meetings. The one-on-one meetings are only available to MBA applicants who have at least 1.5 years of work experience.

According to e-Fellows, many business schools will be offering special scholarships worth at least 25 percent of MBA tuition fees or up to 25,000 EUR.

The event in Frankfurt will take place on October 8; the event in Vienna will be held on October 15.

To apply to attend the MBA events, please see the MBA Open Days page on the e-Fellows website.


Image: Vienna, Fabian Lackner / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

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