The MBA Tour Coming to Latin America August 2015

Posted by Sarah Swan on 23 July 2015 / 0 Comments

Considering an MBA?

Now that you’ve decided an MBA is the next step to reaching your future goals, it’s time for you to find the right school and program to earn the degree. Doing your preliminary research online to gather basic information on various programs is a great start to finding your perfect-fit school, but the research isn’t complete until you conduct an in-depth analysis of program details, make a personal connection to your schools of interest, and have a firm grasp on your top one, two, and three business schools, all of which can be done by attending an MBA conference hosted by The MBA Tour.

Don’t miss The MBA Tour in your city:

Register

San José | Wed Aug 5

Mexico City | Sat Aug 8

Bogotá | Mon Aug 10

Lima | Wed Aug 12

São Paulo | Sat Aug 15

Rio de Janeiro | Mon Aug 17

Buenos Aires | Thurs Aug 20

Santiago | Sat Aug 22

What happens at The MBA Tour Conferences?

1:1 Interaction with Admissions Directors

Why is in-person interaction so important for MBA admissions? Hear from admissions directors participating in our Latin America Tour about why it’s important to make a memorable impression:

MeetUp Sessions (unique to The MBA Tour!)

Get invited to 1:1 and small group meetings with business schools at the event. Invitations are sent within 2 weeks of the event. Select schools that you are interested in during registration (the earlier you register the higher chance you have to receive invites!).

MBA Fair gives candidates a chance to personally meet and speak with school representatives and alumni after the panel and school presentations. The fair is an open floor forum to facilitate interaction between students and representatives, where personal and specific questions are encouraged and answered. This opportunity allows candidates to make a great impression on school reps and learn more about how a program appeals to him/herself.

MBA Panels & Presentations cover valuable business school admissions topics and answer a wide range of MBA applicant questions. The panels consist of professionals with their expertise spanning the application process, GMAT strategy & building your candidate story.

School Presentations highlight unique program features in a 30-minute session given by admissions directors. These presentations are ideal for candidates to learn detailed information, easily compare different programs, and prepare for speaking one on one with representatives during the MBA Fair.

Business Schools:

  • Asia School of Business - Malaysia

  • Babson College - USA

  • Bentley University - USA

  • Boston University - USA

  • Brandeis University - USA

  • Carnegie Mellon University - USA

  • Case Western Reserve University - USA

  • City University London - UK

  • Columbia University - USA

  • Copenhagen Business School - Denmark

  • Dartmouth College - Tuck - USA

  • ESADE Business School - Spain

  • George Washington University - USA

  • HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management - Germany

  • Hult International Business School - Global

  • IE Business School - Spain

  • IESE Business School - Spain

  • Indiana University - USA

  • IPADE Business School - Mexico

  • Ivey Business School - Canada

  • McGill University - Canada

  • Pontificia Universidad Catolica De Chile - Chile

  • Queen's University - Canada

  • Rice University - USA

  • Southern Methodist University - USA

  • St. John’s University - USA

  • Syracuse University - USA

  • Universidad ESAN - Peru

  • University of British Columbia - Canada

  • University of California Los Angeles - USA

  • University of Chicago, Booth School of Business - USA

  • University of Miami - USA

  • University of New Brunswick Saint John Campus - Canada

  • University of Rochester - USA

  • University of Texas at Austin - USA

  • University of Toronto - Canada

  • York University - Schulich School of Business - Canada

Not all schools participate in every event. See website for details.

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