The Access MBA Tour, worldwide leader in One-to-One business education events, will return to Shanghai on October 22.
The events features top international business schools from Europe and North America, as well as prestigious local institutions. Candidates can expect to meet representatives from schools such as Duke University – The Fuqua School of Business, INSEAD, SDA Bocconi, ESCP Europe, Chicago Booth, Manchester Business School, IMD, London Business School, IESE Business School , HEC Paris, IE Business School, Georgetown University, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Hong Kong , Copenhagen Business School, Esade Business School , Kellogg – WHU, Hult International Business School, Rotterdam School of Management and many more!
The event is part of Access MBA’s Fall Tour, which features 125 international business schools and takes place in 34 cities across the world.
Exclusively at this event:
- Dozens of top tier international business schools in one place
- Individual meetings with Admission Directors who will answer your questions
- Interactive MBA conferences
- Advising sessions with Access MBA consultants to discuss your MBA project
- GMAT preparation and workshops
- Many scholarship opportunities (totalling over 1 million euros)
An MBA degree has the potential to drastically change your professional opportunities, salary, and management level. The most internationally recognized business degree, the MBA can help bring your career to new heights.
Each year the Access MBA Tour gives thousands of business professionals the chance to meet representatives from some of the world’s best international business schools on a One-to-One basis. Find out more about
Why get an MBA?
The highly sought-after Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree prepares business professionals for top managerial roles. In its 2015 Corporate Recruiters Survey report, the US-based Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) claims that up to 85% of companies worldwide plan to hire MBA graduates. In addition, “Globally, more than half of employers plan to increase starting salaries for new MBA hires in 2015, either at the rate of inflation (30% of companies) or higher (21%)”, according to the report.
Early registration is recommended. Register here before October 12th to secure you One-to-One meetings