ACCESS MBA TOUR Ottawa and Montreal!
Don’t miss your chance to meet representatives from the best business schools and ask them your questions about admission criteria, scholarship opportunities, job openings after an MBA or an Executive MBA. Whether you have 2 years of work experience, or you are a manager with up to 15 years of work experience, the Access MBA event will help you choose your next career move!
TOP MBA EVENT IN Ottawa ON November 7th
Meet Top international Business Schools at Ottawa Conference and Event center!
Date: Wednesday, November 7th, 2018
Venue: Ottawa Conference and Event Center, 200 Coventry Road
TOP MBA EVENT IN MONTREAL ON November 10th
Meet Top international Business Schools at Center Mont-Royal!
Date: Saturday, November 10th, 2018
Venue: Centre Mont-Royal, 2200 Rue Mansfield
Schedule: 11:00AM – 05:00PM (upon invitation)
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