QS to Organize the World MBA and Grad School Tour in India
The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) is going to organize QS World MBA Tour and QS World Grad School Tour in India from 23 November to 05 December 2013.
The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a British company specializing in education and study abroad, organizes the world's leading series of education fairs for aspiring candidates of MBAs, Masters and PhD degrees. The QS World MBA Tour and QS World Grad School Tour will be on spark in India from 23 November to 05 December 2013. The fair rolls out an implausible opportunity for candidates to meet directly with admission directors of many top B-Schools and Universities of the world.
The QS World MBA Tour will start in Mumbai on 23 November and will go to New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. The travelling international business schools that will visit India includes names like Babson, Boston.U, EMLYON, G.Washington, HEC-Paris, Imperial, IE, ISB, INSEAD, Toronto-Rotman, Thunderbird, Wollongong, York-Schulich and many more.
By virtue this QS campaign, Indian candidates will also be exposed to the opportunity of attending highly informative and productive GMAT seminars while networking with MBA Alumni from leading B-Schools.
Also from 24 November, the QS is up to organize the World's Best Master's and PhD Fairs in India at the cities -- Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. The top universities going to participate in this fair are CASS, G. Washington, HEC- Paris, EMLYON, Grenoble GSB, IE, Imperial, King’s, NYU-SCPS, UCL and others.
QS World Grad School Tour will allow candidates to discover information about studying in different countries as well as which university will suit them best to meet their career goal. Interested candidates should register at http://www.topuniversities.com/events/qs-world-grad-school-tour/india to get free entry to QS Master's and PhD Fair events near them.
Among other good opportunities QS tours offer is an exclusive Scholarship distribution of worth US$1.2 Million to potential participants of these fairs.