The skills and insights of an MBA are so invaluable that the earlier you can have an MBA is better for you. If you’re contemplating whether to make the MBA a priority in 2016, consider the pros and cons of studying for an MBA. Achieving career goals doesn’t take place overnight, so if you have a plan, why not make it a priority for this year.
As the saying from Og Mandino goes “Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later”.
The QS World MBA Tour will be in New York on Saturday, September 24th and you can meet face-to-face with admissions directors from a range of top business schools. This event is a one-stop shop for all of your MBA needs – it will provide you with a platform where you can network with admissions directors, get advice from experts and discover the best MBA option for you.
What’s best is that for members of NYWIC can gain exclusive free entry to the event (a saving of $15). All you need to do is show this email at the entry of the event.
As an attendee, you will be eligible to apply for exclusive MBA scholarships worth $1.7M.
Click HERE to register for free for the World MBA Tour New York:
Get the most out of the event:
• Meet admissions directors from top local and international business schools
• Attend a free GMAT seminar hosted by GMAC - the creators of the exam
• Meet with top tier MBA alumni from Harvard, Wharton and Columbia hosted by Admit Advantage
• Find out how to apply for a pool of exclusive MBA scholarships worth $1.7M, in order to finance your MBA
• Get one-to-one expert advice on your MBA essays, applications and interviews
• Attend an Executive MBA forum to learn more about suitable study options for professionals with 6+ years of work experience
• Attend an inspirational Women in Leadership forum
Business schools attending include:
*Wharton, *Columbia, NYU Stern, Cornell Univ. – Johnson, Carnegie Mellon University – Tepper, Boston Univ. – Questrom, Emory University – Goizueta, London Business School, INSEAD, UCLA Anderson, New York Institute of Technology, St John's University – Tobin, George Washington Univ., Northeastern University - D'Amore-McKim, Pepperdine University – Graziadio, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, UMass-Amherst, SMU Cox, Rice Univ. – Jones, College of William and Mary – Mason, Temple Univ. – Fox, Univ. of Minnesota – Carlson, Texas A&M University – Mays, Univ. of San Diego-Rady, Univ. of California, McGill University-Desautels, Cambridge Univ. – Judge, The London School of Economics and Political Science, Said Business School, HEC Paris, INSEAD, IE IESE, RSM Erasmus – Rotterdam and many more
In addition to the QS World MBA Tour New York, we also host a Connect 121 event in New York where it might benefit the members of this meet up group who has more than 5 years of working experience.
Connect 121 New York – Saturday, September 24th at Hilton New York (10:00am-2:00pm)
The Connect 1-2-1 event is a perfect forum to meet admissions directors for personal meetings. Candidates and business schools meet at a dedicated time-slot for 30 minute one-to-one sessions. After signing up for the event, the Connect 1-2-1 team will be in touch with you to match you up with specific schools that you are interested in and will arrange meetings for you to attend on the day.
Click HERE to register for free for Connect 121 New York:
Connect 121 Business Schools:
Cornell Univ. Johnson, UCLA Anderson, Temple Univ.- Fox, Univ. of Miami, Univ. of Minnesota Carlson, Arizona State Univ. – W.P. Carey, Hult, McGill University-Desautels, Imperial College Business School, Cambridge University – Judge, IE, IESE, SDA Bocconi, ESCP Europe, ESSEC Business School, HKUST Business School and many more