Access MBA to Hold Info Events in Canada in November

Meet with business school representatives in Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal

The organization Access MBA has announced that it will be holding a series of MBA info events in Canada next month.

At these events, attendees will be able to meet with representatives from business schools all over the world, and get information about their MBA programs and how to apply Panel discussions will also be held, on topics such as the GMAT and MBA scholarships. 

Schools attending at least one of the events include Hult International Business School, Tias School for Business and Society, IE Business School, ESSEC Business School, Fordham University, Concordia University (Molson), University of St. Gallen, Cass Business School, USC - Marshall, Nanyang Business School, and SDA Bocconi, among others.

For more information, here are the dates of the upcoming MBA events in Canada:

Click on the links above to register for the events. To secure your place, Access MBA recommends to register at least ten days before the event.

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