Pupils From 125 Nations To Converge For Virtual MBA Recruitment Event
Thousands of prospective MBA pupils from over 125 nations on six continents are gearing up for an global MBA fair featuring 56 of the world's top business schools -- and no one will even have to leave home to participate.
The GMATCH Virtual MBA Fair, shaped by the organization, which owns the GMAT exam, will make use of a graphically rich platform to let pupils to interact with school representatives and get used to management education through the web.
GMATCH is scheduled for November 22 and 23 and will consist of B-Schools from Asia, Europe and North America.
Presenting schools include the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Nanyang Business School, Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management, CEIBS, London Business School, INSEAD, the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, and the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
A complete list of participating educational institutions is available at www. g-match. com/mbaprograms. html.
There is no fee for pupils to take part in GMATCH. Visit www. g-match. com for more information and to register.
Beyond offering up a chance for pupils and business schools to link up, GMATCH will consist of panel sessions where current students, alumni and admissions professionals will share targeted advice about getting into business school and making the most of the experience.
GMATCH is organized by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), an international association of business schools dedicated to helping people maximize career opportunities through management education. The virtual fair follows a similar event GMAC sponsored in April that attracted participants from 68 countries.
GMATCH has drawn broad support from admissions officials excited about the prospect of simultaneously reaching a global pool of promising applicants.