Free Webinar on Selecting B-Schools: Adcoms from Haas, Ross


Oh Yeah Guys, for all those interested in either the topic or the b-schools: Haas and Ross, mbaMission brings to you a golden opportunity for a free webinar on Jul 21, 2010.

The recent post of mbaMission calls for participants to register themselves at http://www.manhattangmat.com/EventShow.cfm?EID=3&eventID=5997:

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Join us for the special session of our B-School selection workshop with special guests from the University of Michigan Ross Business School and the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business!

Jeremy Shinewald, Founder and President of mbaMission, will help prospective MBAs understand the differences that exist among top MBA programs. Jeremy will elaborate on areas that will profoundly affect your academic and social lives in b-school including flexibility of a program’s curriculum, breadth of core courses, different methods of instruction, varying sizes of the cohorts and more. Our special guests from the admissions offices of the University of Michigan Ross Business School and UC Berkeley Haas School of business will discuss these elements as they pertain to their programs. Start preparing now so you can be sure to make an educated decision when you apply!

There will be a Q&A session after the presentation to discuss your own personal inquiries.

Join us for this valuable event that will be essential to your B-School planning!

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Additionally, there are some cool take-away for each participant:

  • $100 off any 9-session ManhattanGMAT course
  • Free access to a ManhattanGMAT computer adaptive practice exam
  • Free half hour consultation with an mbaMission consultant

Sounds Cool? What are waiting for. I am attending and I hope to see you at the seminar. And yes, both Ross and Haas are currently in my prospective list of B-Schools and 99% they are going to stick there, itself.

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