QS World MBA Tour - India
The Indian MBA market is booming as employers have increased their hiring of MBA graduates over the past year, and expects to continue hiring at a higher rate in 2013*. Find an MBA that’s right for you, meet with admission directors and alumni from the world’s top business at the QS World MBA Tour in a city near you.
*Based on findings from QS TopMBA.com Jobs & Salary Trends Report
- Exclusive scholarship opportunities worth US$ 1.7 million for attendees
- Meet top business schools from around the world
- Attend dedicated GMAT seminars and workshops
- Attend various information sessions and dedicated business school presentations
- Get expert admission, test preparation, funding and career advice
- Learn about the business school experience from alumni from top business schools
- Exclusive lower rate loans for all attendees by Credila
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Who should attend?
Just starting your MBA journey?
- Find the perfect MBA program and study destination
- Learn how to get the best GMAT score
- Meet with admissions directors and network with MBA alumni who can share their success stories
Already taken the GMAT?
- Speak with admissions advisors and learn how to make your application a success
- Explore post-MBA careers in our interactive seminar
Have 5+ years of work experience?
- Compare the advantages of an executive MBA and alternative part-time courses
- Discover paths for career change with an MBA or EMBA
1. Will an MBA help me get a better job?
According to the latest QS TopMBA.com Jobs & Salary Trends Report, job opportunities for MBAs increased by 12% in 2012. The Indian market has experienced an explosion in employer demand for MBA graduates with a growth of 16% in 2012 and an astonishing 29% growth has been forecasted for 2013.
2. Is the GMAT™ required for all MBA admissions?
MBA admissions requirements vary depending on the business school. While the GMAT™ is the most widely- accepted MBA admissions exam, there are cases where business schools accept GRE as an alternative. Attend our MBA admissions seminars to find out more about the MBA admissions requirements from top business schools and get GMAT™ preparation advice and tips.
3. How should I prepare for attending an MBA fair?
Selecting and applying for an MBA program is a long and enduring process. Do your research about the business schools you want to meet at the fair, ask specific questions related to the MBA Programme’s and dress smartly to the fair as first impression is the best impression. Most admissions directors are there for that initial meeting with prospective candidates, so don’t expect to be handing out your résumé to everyone you meet, but in case you’re asked, it always pays to be prepared. So carry one!
- Babson College, Olin
- George Washington University
- Hult International Business School
- University of Delaware
- University of Hawaii - Manoa
- Bradford University
- Falmouth University
- Glasgow Caledonian University
- Hull University Business School
- Portsmouth Business School
- Southampton Management School
- The Robert Gordon University Aberdeen
- The University of Sheffield
- University of Exeter
- University of Wales, Swansea
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
- Institute of Management Tech - Dubai
- European University
- IE Business School
- Regenesys Business School
- University of Stellenbosch
- Wits Business School
- Singapore Management University
- University of Malaya
- LUISS Business School
- Trinity MBA, University of Dublin
- Indian School of Business
- Universal Business School
- Frankfurt School of Finance and Mngt
- Grenoble Ecole de Management
- Renmin University of China
- Ivey Business School
- Queen's School of Business
- University of Toronto - Rotman
- York University, Schulich
- Macquarie Graduate School of Mngt
- Monash University
- Sydney Business School
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Fair was fantastic from the perspective of getting in touch with the right people from top business schools who have helped me focus on my profile and my MBA application a lot better.