Have you been deliberating between MBA programs? Embarking on the next stage of your education is a big step, but the potential payoff can make the jump worth it.

Getting an MBA is great for business professionals looking to expand their network, increase their job prospects, develop their leadership skills, and get a nice juicy pay bump. Yay!

If you’re on the cusp of this next stage in your career but are a little unsure of where you’d like to apply, then we have good news. There’s an MBA Tour coming to Vancouver, and you can attend it for free!

The MBA Tour is a great opportunity to explore MBA programs and offerings from top business schools around the world. Show up at this free event, and take a tour of some of the best MBA programs in the world, all in a single room!

You can speak directly with leading program directors, get tips on improving your MBA application, and get exclusive GMAT exam tips from the exam creators themselves.

Attending Business Schools:

  • Copenhagen Business School
  • IE University
  • Harvard Business School
  • UCLA, Anderson School of Management
  • University of California Berkeley, Haas School of Business
  • Sobey School of Business
  • Ivey Business School
  • University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management
  • Queen’s University, Smith School of Business
  • Simon Fraser University, Beedie School of Business
  • The University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business

When else can you tour the top universities in the world all within a single afternoon? Network, get your questions answered in smaller breakout groups, get one-on-one advice at the resume clinic, or simply compare different programs during the MBA talks.

Circle the date in your calendar, and don’t forget to register to attend this free event.


When: Saturday, August 19th, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Where: 1133 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Cost: Free

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