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QS Women in Leadership - London

London's Largest Networking Event
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In partnership with Girls in Tech, the QS Women in Leadership MBA Event brings together industry leaders to answer the discuss the question: to MBA or not to MBA? Our all-star panel includes Caitlin Attal, Revenue Solutions Account Manager at Google, Monica Sisiu, Consumer Marketing Projects at BT, and Barbora Juhaszova, Founder of Grow Tech - who will talk about their own experiences at top MBA schools, and how it changed their careers. 

In addition to the engaging round table discussion, attendees will also benefit from superb networking opportunities with ambitious, like-minded, future business leaders.

These events are free to attend but places are limited. If you would like to take part, then please register your details by clicking below.

MBA Scholarships
Apply to participating schools for women in business scholarships and for the QS
Networking Opportunities
Meet MBA admissions directors and like-minded professional women
Small Group Discussions
Attend a discussion panel and round table networking sessions with inspiring

Going to an MBA event means you’re serious about your business and career prospects. List in advance the business schools that would fit your criteria. Prepare a set of questions that you would want answered at the event to make an informed decision. First impression always counts so make sure you have your best attire and smartest looks. Your resume can always prove useful as well, as many of the business schools are interested to know more about the candidates they meet.

According to the latest QS TopMBA.com Jobs & Salary Trends Report, job opportunities for MBAs increased by 14% in 2015. The MBA qualification continues to play a central role in the current global economy. Meet top business schools’ alumni and career advisors at one of our MBA events to discover MBA career opportunities

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 the GRE as an alternative. Join one of our MBA events to learn about the MBA admissions requirements at top business schools and get GMAT™ preparation advice and tips.

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