e-fellows.net to Host Two Virtual MBA Application Events This Fall

Participants will able to meet with representatives from business schools like INSEAD and London Business Schools

The website and career networking website e-fellows.net has announced that it will hold two virtual MBA application events this fall. 

At the events, which will be held on Zoom, prospective MBA applicants will be able to meet virtually with representatives from a number of business schools, including INSEAD, London Business School, Chicago - Booth, Cambridge - Judge, Oxford - Saïd, IESE and St.Gallen. Representatives from consulting firm McKinsey & Company will also be on-hand to discuss career options post-MBA.

The events will include time for one-on-one sessions, group talks and networking. Some topics to be discussed include MBA financing, applying, and the GMAT. Participants will also have a chance to receive MBA scholarships with a total value of 500,000 EUR.

Both events will take place on a Saturday: October 10 and November 21. 

The event is free of charge. For further information and application, please visit the event webpages.

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