e-fellows.net Announces MBA Days in Frankfurt and Vienna

Meet with business school representatives and have the chance to receive MBA scholarships at these events in October

The career network organizer e-fellows.net has announced that it will be holding MBA Days in Frankfurt and Vienna this October.

At the upcoming events, participants will be able to have one-on-one meetings with representatives from business schools such as INSEAD, London Business School, Chicago - Booth, Cambridge - Judge, Oxford - Said, IESE and the University of St. Gallen, among others.

There will also be an open fair, time for networking, and presentations on MBA programs, financing, applying, and the GMAT.

Participants will also have the chance to receive MBA scholarships, with a total value of 500,000 EUR.

The MBA Days will be held in Frankfurt on October 12 and in Vienna on October 19.

Registration is free of charge. To learn more or to register, please visit the event webpages. 

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