AIGAC (Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants), whose mission is to provide insight and transparency into the graduate admissions process, will be holding a virtual recruitment fair on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET.
The 2020 AIGAC Applicant Fair will give you the chance to virtually meet with admissions officers from some of the top business schools, including Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Yale School of Management. The list of schools continues to grow daily.
Students and schools are currently struggling with the changes and uncertainties the COVID-19 pandemic is causing. School representatives will have the chance to answer questions or concerns regarding recent changes to admissions criteria, as well as new programs such as a STEM designation.
The Virtual Applicant Fair will give you:
- An exclusive opportunity to have your questions answered by school representatives who don’t always participate in recruitment fairs.
- The chance to “meet” school representatives and discuss their individual cultures while the campuses are closed.
- A convenient setting to discover a broader range of options so you can see all of the schools where you may be a great fit.
The event is free, and space is limited, so register here now.
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