QS Virtual MBA Event - San Francisco

Meet Top MBA Schools Online

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QS Virtual MBA Event - San Francisco

Meet Top MBA Schools Online

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Personal Meetings Expo

Participating Business Schools

About the Event

The QS Virtual Connect MBA event is a unique opportunity to meet online with MBA admissions representatives from USC-Marshall, U of SF, UC Davis, Georgetown, ASU, Santa Clara, and other top business schools. Speak with them one-on-one to learn more about their programs and the application process.

Upon registration, our team of admissions experts will review your profile and reach out to you to identify the schools and programs that best suit your professional ambitions and goals.

What's On

Personal Meetings

One-on-one 25 minute virtual meetings with admissions representatives

Networking Opportunities

Network with fellow candidates, school representatives, & alumni from Wharton, Haas & Stanford

Scholarship Opportunities

Gain access to a pool of MBA scholarships worth $7 million USD

Info Sessions & Workshops

Learn more about the universities via presentations, get test prep advice, & attend a virtual alumni panel

Virtual Resume Review

Get your resume professionally reviewed after attending the event

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Participating Business Schools

School of Management, Fudan University
China Mainland
ESSEC Business School
France
ESCP Business School
Multicampus
IE Business School
Spain
American University - Kogod School of Business
United States

Testimonials

Thank you for hosting this event. I will be on the lookout for similar events in different locations. I was able to get information I didn’t have access to online or before meeting the representatives.



Jessica Kowalski
The alumni were a great part of the experience.



Andre Taplin
I would like to be an organizer of the QS events as I was really impressed with the impact it has on students and universities.



Sanjeev Patra

Media Partners