Sunday, January 17, 2021

Taking place at the Hilton Hotel on Monday 8 October from 17:00 to 22:00 , The MBA tour is open to all prospective candidates wanting to embark on the MBA journey to help take their careers to the next level.

“We are excited to be bringing The MBA Tour back to South Africa for the fourth consecutive year, as well as giving potential students access to some of the best schools globally to consider for MBA studies or a specialised Master’s degree. Both the MBA and specialised Master’s qualification allows professionals to take their career to the next level by enhancing their skillsets for further growth in the future,” says Peter von Loesecke, CEO & Managing Director of The MBA Tour.

The MBA Tour, founded in 1993, is an independent and high-quality information source that provides independent and accurate information regarding MBA admissions. The MBA Tour serves as a platform for personal interaction between prospective MBA students, potential Master’s students, business school admissions representatives, alumni and other like-minded education enthusiasts, featuring top business schools such as Columbia University, Duke University in North Carolina, MIT, Sloan in Massachusetts, the University of British Columbia and many more. The event will include panel sessions, small group meetings, and presentations from representatives of more than sixteen of the top business schools around the globe.

“With the growing digitisation of our economies and the increasing importance of technology in our society, I believe that studying towards an MBA and specialised Master’s degree is more valuable than ever. These graduates are among the few professionals who are able to speak both the language of business and the language of technology, bridging the gap between these two worlds,” adds Loesecke.

The MBA Tour travels internationally with top universities and business schools from around the world. It offers MBA candidates the chance to take part in panel presentations and round table discussions, hone their networking skills and meet admissions staff.

“At this year’s MBA Tour, we want to create a platform for attendees to network with representatives from top business schools and, in doing so, provide them with information to make informed decisions on how they can take their careers to the next level.”

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