Monday, August 15, 2011

Road to Business School

NSHMBA members in New York are invited to the Road to Business School – the premier forum for meeting business schools in 2011. This free event is your chance to find the right MBA program with seminars, meet-and-greets, and admissions advice.

Each event is free and space is limited, so register early at

- Registration begins at 12:00 PM.
- Panel with admissions officers
- GMAT and Admissions Training Sessions
- Tabling session with 50+ business schools
- Happy Hour refreshments sponsored by Duke University – Fuqua School of Business

Participating schools in New York include: American University (Kogod) • Babson College (Olin) • Baruch College (Zicklin) • Boston University • Brandeis International Business School • Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) • Chicago Booth • College of William & Mary (Mason) • Cornell University (Johnson) • The Drucker School of Management • The Duke MBA (Fuqua) • George Washington University • Georgetown University (McDonough) • Georgia Tech • Goizueta Business School • Hult • IMD • Indiana University (Kelley) • INSEAD • Johns Hopkins (Carey) • Michigan State University (Broad) • NYU Stern • Ohio State (Fisher) • Penn State (Smeal) • Purdue University (Krannert) • Rice University (Jones) • Rutgers Business School • Suffolk University (Sawyer) • Temple University (Fox) • Thunderbird • Tuck School of Business • Tulane University • UC Berkeley (Haas) • UC San Diego (Rady) • UCLA Anderson • University at Buffalo • University of California, Irvine (Paul Merage) • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign • University of Maryland (Smith) • University of Michigan (Ross) • University of Minnesota (Carlson) • University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) • University of Notre Dame (Mendoza) • University of Rochester (Simon) • University of Southern California (Marshall) • University of Washington (Foster) • UT Austin (McCombs) • UT Dallas • UVA (Darden) • Vanderbilt • Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) • Wisconsin MBA • Yale School of Management

Each event is free and space is limited, so register early at

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