New York, NY— Business schools from across the globe
will participate in The Economist
Group’s largest ever Which MBA? Online
Fair this February. The online event allows prospective MBA candidates to
research and interact with over thirty business schools, all in one place. The
fair, which takes place on February 6th and 7th, is open
to the public and admission is free. Interested participants can register for
free on the Which MBA? Online Fair website.
The Which MBA? Online Fair offers visitors a variety of ways to learn more about each participating school. Admissions officers, deans, alumni and current students will be on hand throughout the event to answer visitors’ questions and will also take part in chat sessions throughout the two-day event. Visitors can view videos, join interactive webinars and take virtual tours of universities, providing them with the in-depth knowledge necessary to decide which MBA is right for them.
"Finding the right business school is never easy, and it often requires hours and hours of research and analysis,” said Isaac Showman, Vice-President and Head of Which MBA?. "The Which MBA? Online Fair is designed to make that process easier for prospective candidates by providing them with all of the information they need to make an informed decision about their MBA.”
Some of the business
schools participating in the Which MBA?
Online Fair include:
Loughborough University: School of Business and Economics
Loyola University New Orleans: College of Business
MIT: Sloan School of Management
The University of New South Wales: Australian School of Management
TiasNimbas Business School
University of California Riverside: Anderson Graduate School of Management
University of Virginia: Darden School of BusinessUniversity of North Carolina: Which MBA? Online Fair