e-fellows.net to Host MBA Info Days in Vienna and Frankfurt

Meet with top business schools in October

The website e-fellows.net has announced that it will be hosting MBA info days in Frankfurt and Vienna in October.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from business schools like Cambridge Judge Business School, CEIBS, HEC Paris, IE Business School, IESE Business School, INSEAD, London Business School, SDA Bocconi, and St. Gallen.

The Vienna fair will be held on October 14, and the Frankfurt fair will be held on October 21.

The events will include one-on-one sessions with business schools and time for networking. Also scheduled are presentations on MBA programs, financing, applying, and the GMAT. Event participants will have the opportunity to receive MBA scholarships from a pool of 500,000 EUR.

The events are free of charge. For further information and to register for the fairs, please visit the event webpages.

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