Four Great Reasons to Attend The Economist’s Which MBA? Online Fair

By Ryan Hickey + updated on January 27th, 2012

Whether you are just beginning to consider an MBA or ready to send out applications, the Which MBA? Online Fair allows you to take the next step in your MBA journey. Meet nearly forty business schools from across the world all in one place, and gather the information you need to make the right decision.

Not sure if the fair is right for you? Here are the top four reasons you should attend.

1. Chat one-on-one with admissions officers, alumni and students. Make important connections with the contacts you want to meet, and learn about the MBA experience from those who know first-hand.

2. Compare dozens of business schools side-by-side. Browse virtual booths at your own pace, with instant access to key facts and requirements for each program.

3. Find out which schools are right for you. Complete a short compatibility profile to view schools that best match your preferences, from location to class size.

4. Access free prizes and giveaways. Visit five or more booths for a chance to win an iPad 2.  Plus, just show up for a chance to win a free e-book, and download free MBA guides at the Information Desk.

Signing up is free and easy, so what are you waiting for? Start the year by meeting the business school that could be right for you.

Register FREE at http://registermbafair.whichmba.com.

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Ryan Hickey

Ryan Hickey is Managing Editor of Peterson's & EssayEdge and an expert in many aspects of college, graduate, and professional admissions. A graduate of Yale University, Ryan has worked in various admissions capacities for nearly a decade, including writing test-prep material for the SAT, AP exams, and TOEFL, editing essays and personal statements, and consulting directly with applicants. He enjoys sharing his knowledge to aid others in achieving their educational goals and, when he gets a break, loves hiking and fly fishing with his wife and two border-collie mixes.

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