I was recently on a recruiting trip to India representing Ivey in both New Delhi and Mumbai. Our program participated in the QS 1-1 Connect and MBA Fairs in each city, and these were certainly the busiest events I’ve seen yet.
In our increasingly knowledge-based economy, the best companies are coming to appreciate and understand that they are only as good as their workforce
On November 8, 2013, Prime Minister Stephen Harper joined Dean Bob Kennedy, EMBA and MBA students, faculty, and guests at Toronto’s Design Exchange for an engaging Q&A session addressing economic, investment, and trade issues.
Now that our Round 2 deadline is just around the corner (November 18!), I’ve been speaking with many candidates who ask me about the competitiveness of getting into Ivey’s MBA Program.
A couple of weeks ago, I was in India to help conduct our sample class event called “First Class on the Road.” While there to represent Ivey at the MBA Fair, Professor David Sharp flew to Mumbai to teach a case to prospective MBA students.
Some of the most common questions I have encountered during meetings with prospective students over the past couple of months surround the kind of global opportunities that are available in the Ivey MBA Program. Here’s a quick overview that may be beneficial for many of you.
Global Ivey Day an incredible illustration of the depth and expanse of the Ivey Alumni Network all over the world.
Imagine that you received an early morning call from your office telling you that due to a technical issue, the office wouldn’t be open that day: how would you spend your ‘found time?’
If you are planning to write or rewrite your GMAT after the application deadline, you are still encouraged to submit the remainder of your application as soon as possible.
With fall and another busy travel period approaching, I wanted to take some time to talk about the opportunities coming up to meet with Ivey representatives nation-wide and internationally.