Do you ever find yourself on LinkedIn looking at where your friends and former classmates are in their professional lives? Perhaps some have pursued careers in marketing, human resources, data analytics, or maybe they’ve even launched startups.
It’s easy to stay in a job for fear of change, but before you know it, years can pass by. That’s why now is a good time to assess what you want to achieve. Are you interested in earning a higher salary? Maybe a career switch?
Whatever your goals are, an MBA can help you reach them and advance in your career. The degree can help you expand your network and make business invaluable connections with people you could potentially work with in the future. Getting an MBA also allows you to advance your skills and use the tools needed to succeed in today’s workforce.
Curious to know what an MBA could do for you? Access MBA, the global leader in One-to-One MBA events, is hosting an online event on Monday, March 30 and Thursday, April 2. The event is bringing admissions directors from the world’s top business schools together on the online event platform.
The beauty of this event is that you can learn a wealth of information about MBA programs and receive career advice for free. There’s no need to buy tickets or spend a fortune attending another seminar; all you have to do is register at least 10 days before the event to secure your place.
When you do, you’ll be matched with the business school that corresponds to your goals and expectations, and an experienced MBA consultant will evaluate your profile. On the day of the event, you’ll connect with admissions directors online during 20-minute One-to-One and small group meetings. So, there will be plenty of time to ask any burgeoning questions you may have regarding career prospects, modules, learning bases, and school programs.
It’s always valuable to hear directly from people who have experienced a program to understand the potential it could bring about for you. At the upcoming MBA event, you can take part in panel discussions alongside school alumni and representatives to gain an even better understanding of what it means to have a Master’s in Business Administration.
Wondering what schools will be represented at the event? Here’s a look at the lineup:
- University of Calgary – Haskayne Business School
- Western University – Ivey Business School
- University of Victoria – Peter B. Gustavson School of Business
- York University – Schulich School of Business
- IESE Business School
- Queens University – Smith School of Business
- IE Business School
- Copenhagen Business School
- Sauder School of Business
- University of Toronto – Rotman School of Management
- Hult International Business School
- Thompson Rivers University
- Saint Mary’s University – Sobey School of Business
Ever considered taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) to see how you would perform in an MBA program? There will be GMAT workshops taking place online where you can find out more information and have the chance to win an online course by GMAT Prep provider Manhattan. You can also learn about scholarship opportunities!
Watch an alumni interview featuring Shashwat Mehrotra, Manager of Technology Strategy and Advisory at Accenture Canada (a Schulich MBA graduate), and Hannah DiNardo, Senior Industry Sales Strategy and Operations Manager at PWC (a Haskayne School of Business graduate), to hear insight from established business professionals.
Places are limited for One-to-One meetings, so it’s best to register via Access MBA today and begin your MBA journey. It could result in you studying here in Canada or going abroad to gain international experience while reaching your travel goals. The future is yours for the taking!
When: Monday, March 30 and Thursday, April 2
Where: Online — via AccessMBA
Tickets: FREE admission — Register to secure your spot