Meet Top Business School Representatives in Frankfurt at the MBA25 Networking Event

Schools including Kellogg School of Management and HKUST will be present at the event on April 14

On April 14 prospective MBA students will have the chance to network with top business school representatives at the MBA25 Business Education Forum, to be held in Frankfurt am Main.

MBA applicants will have the chance to ask all their questions about different business schools and programs, meet representative one-on-one, find out about scholarship opportunities and speak with alumni about their study experiences. There will also be a networking party at the end of the event.

The following business schools are confirmed to attend:

  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • HHL Leipzig
  • HKUST
  • Kellogg - WHU (Executive MBA)
  • SKOLKOVO - Moscow School of Management

Additionally there will be a presentation about tackling the GMAT from the test's administrator, GMAC.

The Frankfurt MBA event will be held on April 14, beginning at 10:00am.

Event registration is mandatory. Sign up on the MBA25 website.


Image: Frankfurt Skyline by Markus Jaschke CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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