April 14, 2023Read More
The Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) is hosting its annual Applicant Fair on May 4th from 9am – 12pm EDT. If you’re considering an MBA and interested in hearing from and interacting with admissions directors of top-ranked business schools from the US and EU, this free virtual event is a must for you!
Co-hosting the Applicant Fair this year is University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business, Duke University Fuqua School of Business, and University of Virginia Darden School of Business. The day will begin at 9:00am EDT with GMAC discussing the GMAT and sharing important insights into the exam. At 9:30am, MPOWER Financing will discuss how to finance your degree and how to make the process easier. Then at 10am, admissions officers from Haas, Fuqua, and Darden will discuss the application process in the Keynote Panel. You’ll have a chance to ask your own questions during the live Q&A. From 10:45 – 12pm all the participating business schools (including elite US and EU programs) will break into panel discussions around specific topics. You’ll have the opportunity to join each of the breakout sessions during that time. The topics will include Careers of the Future, Admissions & Applications Process, Benefits of an MBA, and all will discuss how to stand out in your application. In addition, you’ll have access to business school booths and recordings of the sessions until May 6th. Last year’s virtual applicant fair was a huge success with over 300 attendees and this year AIGAC is projecting 500, so don’t miss out! Register now!
AIGAC is dedicated to providing insight and transparency into the graduate admissions process, promoting ethical standards among its members both in the US and internationally. Admitify is proud to be a member of AIGAC (Admitify President Paul Bodine has been an AIGAC member since AIGAC’s founding). We encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to hear directly from the universities on their admissions processes, changes in the programs, jobs and industries of the future, entrepreneurship and more.