Davis Hosts MBA Fair in Sacramento

UC Davis Graduate School of Management will be hosting an upcoming MBA Fair. During this event, prospective students can get information on both the part time and full time MBA programs. The event will be held Jan. 10, 2015 in Sacramento, California from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The fair will also feature admissions representatives from Drexel University, Sacramento State and the University of Pacific as well as GMAT and GRE exam test prep representatives Kaplan Test Prep and The Princeton Review.

There will also be a panel discussion with participating schools, opportunities for prospective students to ask questions one-on-one with MBA admissions representatives and application and admissions tips, tools and resources. Light refreshments will also be available for participants.

The UC Davis MBA program aims to prepare students to be an innovative leader with global impact. The general management education provides the strong foundation, perspective and balance that students need to be an effective manager and leader in today’s business environment. The school’s model of management education allows you more choice in designing your program and lets you specialize in a particular area or study across a broad range of subjects.

The program’s approach to teaching emphasizes the art of putting management theory into practice within a dynamic, interactive learning environment. UC Davis offers programs in the San Francisco, Sacramento and Bay areas.

Registration for the MBA Fair can be completed online. The event is free and is open to any prospective student from any of the sponsoring schools.


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