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June 1, 2014 9:04 pm
Visit the US
The MBA admissions staff at Harvard Business School are giving a guided tour of the campus. This will be followed by a Q&A-based group information session. No registration required.
Discuss Islamic finance
Cedomir Nestorovic, director of the Essec Executive MBA Asia-Pacific, is speaking at the World Islamic Banking Conference. His panel session is titled: New Research Directions Roundtable: Implications for Industry Practices.
Think like a physician
Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management is hosting a symposium that will focus on the role of physicians in a changing healthcare marketplace. The keynote speaker is Dr Ardis Dee Hoven, president of the American Medical Association.
Study for an EMBA
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management and Eada Business School are hosting an online information session about their executive MBA programme. the presentation will include videos about the international destinations and details of scholarships. There will also be 15 mins allocated to questions.
Research issues of sustainability
City University Cass Business School launches Ethos – The Centre for Responsible Enterprise, a new research centre focused on social, environmental and economic sustainability. Speakers include Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former chair of Royal Dutch Shell and the UN Global Compact and John Gapper, FT columnist.
Set up a business
Working in association with UKTI, IE Business School is hosting a Venture Day in London. Participants have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to investors, win start-up prizes and network with other entrepreneurs.
The European School of Management and Technology is hosting its first open house in Berlin. Students interested in a masters in management, MBA or executive MBA degree will be able participate in sample classes and meet admissions staff.
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