Choosing the right business school is a critical part of your business school decision making process. The Economist’s online fairs provide prospective students with the chance to interact with the schools in a convenient online format, and gain insight to help make more informed choices about your school selection process.
The Economist’s three days of business school fairs kicks off this week in November. The first fair, which focuses on full-time MBA programs, will be held on November 9th and 10th. The second fair, dedicated to executive MBAs, will take place on November 11th.
Participants will meet MBA admissions officers from programs around the world and gain insight into the MBA experience by chatting with alumni, watching webinars and videos, and downloading resources.
Both fairs provide a unique opportunity for prospective students to interact with admissions officers from schools around the world. Fair attendees will also be able to speak with alumni from those schools to better understand daily life as a student. Visitors can watch Bill Ridgers, The Economist’s Business Education Editor, interview full-time and executive MBA alumni in a taped panel discussion.
Interested participants can log on to the fair from anywhere. Bonus is that applicants can register for free below. Check it out!
Sign up free or learn more at: http://registermbafair.whichmba.com/?source=applyinthesky
For a chance to win a free iPad 2, sign up at the link above and visit five or more business school booths during the MBA fair on November 9th-10th.