30 Business Schools Attending e-fellows.net MBA Day in Munich

Cambridge, IE, INSEAD, London Business School, Oxford and others to attend the fair on March 10

On March 10, e-fellows.net will host its MBA Day in Munich, with 30 business schools expected to attend.

The event will include the opportunity for one-on-one discussions between applicants and school representatives, presentations from schools, plus discussions on funding your MBA studies, nailing your application and the GMAT.

MBA Day participants will be in the running for scholarships worth a total of 500,000 EUR.

The schools who have registered to attend include:

  • Cambridge
  • CEIBS
  • IE
  • IESE
  • INSEAD
  • London Business School
  • Mannheim
  • Oxford
  • SDA Bocconi, and
  • St. Gallen

The event is free to attend, but participants must register in advance on the e-fellows.net website.


Image: Munich by Sam Walker on Pexels CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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