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The World MBA Study Abroad Fair will be held in Tokyo on August 20th! QS World MBA Tour Tokyo

QS Quacquarelli Symonds World MBA Study Abroad Fair will be held in Tokyo on August 20th! QS World MBA Tour Tokyo …………………………………………………………………………………………… QS, a global university evaluation organization based in the UK-Overseas MBA Fair QS World MBA Tour Tokyo, hosted by the UK’s Quakerelli Simmons (hereinafter QS), will be held at The Westin Tokyo on Tuesday, August 20, 2019. QS is a higher education consulting organization headquartered in London, England, and holds about 300 MBA and graduate fairs every year in 60 cities around the world. In addition, the company’s global university rankings are attracting attention every year as one of the most trusted rankings in the world. The QS World MBA Tour sponsored by QS gathers over 42 business schools from around the world. Visitors aiming to obtain an MBA can collect various useful information from top schools in each country. If you are aiming for an MBA, this fair is a great opportunity to gather information from each school and interact with admissions examiners and graduates.
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* MBA (Master of Business Administration): Master of Business Administration Outline: World MBA Fair-QS World MBA Tour Tokyo
[Date and time]
August 20, 2019 (Tue) 16: 00-21: 30
[Venue]
The Westin Tokyo
■ Flow of the day 16:00 Start accepting 16: 10-19: 30 Presentations and seminars by school Short presentations by business school staff and graduates. Here you can get basic information about each school. If you are aiming to become a top school in the United States, you should check out the “Top US Business School MBA Application Tips” (16: 10-16: 40) held by Cornell, Duke, UC Berkeley, and Michigan ross. Other event benefits and gift cards will be presented on a first come, first served basis. Participate in this event where you can talk directly with the school staff to get the best results for your MBA application. 19: 30-21: 30 MBA Fair Free entry and exit, no entry fee. You can freely visit each school’s booth and listen directly to interested school staff. If you have any questions that you are interested in, you can translate them into English beforehand and leave a good impression on the entrance managers of each school so that you can have a smoother consultation.
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19: 35-21: 30 Various seminars and events MBA trend seminars to learn about local programs, GRE countermeasure seminars, free LinkedIn profile photo shoots, CV correction seminars, etc. will be held at the same time.
■ How to use the fair to make the most of the results of the day Instead of just participating in the fair of the day, it is an opportunity to think about how to effectively use the fair. How to use the fair to maximize the results of the day depends on your status regarding the MBA application. 1) Those who have not yet decided on the MBA application school It’s best to talk to a number of school representatives and see if you have an MBA. Specifically, it is a good idea to check the characteristics of each school through a short presentation at each school starting at 16:10. If there is a school that interests you, you can go to the booth at the fair from 19:30, get a catalog, and ask the person in charge about the school directly. 2) People who have a clear application school It is best to visit the booth of the school where you plan to apply at the fair and communicate directly with the person in charge that you want to apply. You can also discuss your career plan for the next five years and why you want to apply for the school. In addition, we will participate in CV corrections, scholarship seminars, English exam seminars, etc., and prepare for specific applications.
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■ Things to do after this event. If the application school becomes clear at this event, you will need to make a schedule for the application. Make sure to proceed steadily, such as taking the English exam and GMAT, creating a CV (English resume) and essay, and arranging a letter of recommendation. Participating schools: Australia: The University of Sydney-Business School Canada: McGill University-Desautels Faculty of Management Canada: University of Toronto-Rotman Management of School, University of Toronto-Rotman School of Management Canada: University of Calgary-Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary-Haskayne School of Business Canada: University of British Columbia- Sauder School of Business China: Cheong Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) China: Tongji University-Faculty of Economic Management, Tongji University-School of Economics & Management France: EDHEC Business School, EDHEC Business School Germany: WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Germany: ESMT European School of Management and Technology Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong: The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology: HKUST Business School Hong Kong: China University of Hong Kong: CUHK Business School India: Indian School of Business, Indian School of Business Japan: Waseda Business School, Waseda Business School Netherlands: Rotterdam School of Management-Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management- Erasmus University Singapore: Singapore Management University Spain: Aize Business School, IESE Business School Spain: ESADE Business School, ESADE Business School Spain: IE Business School, IE Business School UK: Imperial College: Imperial College Business School, Imperial College: Imperial College Business School USA: Vanderbilt University-Owen Graduate School of Management USA: Boston University-Questrom School of Business, Boston University-Questrom School of Business USA: Claremont Graduate University, The Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management USA: William and Mary-Mason School of Business, College of William and Mary-Mason School of Business USA: Cornell University-Johnson Business College of Business, Cornell University-Johnson College of Business USA: Duke University-Fuqua School of Business USA: Georgetown University-McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University-McDonough School of Business USA: Hult International Business School USA: Purdue University-Krannert Graduate School of Management USA: Rice University-Jones Graduate School of Business USA: UC Irvine-Merage School of Business, UC Irvine-Merage School of Business USA: University of California, Berkeley-Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley-Haas School of Business USA: University of Michigan-Ross School of Business USA: University of Washington-Olin Business School, Washington University -Olin Business School USA: Hult International Business School USA: University of Notre Dame: Mendoza Business College of Business-University of Notre Dame USA: Arizona State University Thunderbird School of Global Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University USA: University of Maryland College Park: Robert H Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park USA: University of North Carolina, Kenan Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School USA: George Washington University School of Business
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■ Basic event information & advance registration
[Date and time]
August 20, 2019 (Tue) 16: 00-21: 30
[Venue]
The Westin Tokyo
[Registration / participation fee is free]
Free entry and exit Click here to register: www.topmba.com/MBA_News The QS World MBA Fair can be pre-registered for free. Register online at www.topmba.com/MBA_News.

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