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Meet the world’s best universities and business schools at the QS Virtual Masters & MBA Tour in India. Bo - Times of India

Meet the world’s best universities and business schools at the QS Virtual Masters & MBA Tour in India. Bo - Times of India

Meet the world’s best universities and business schools at the QS Virtual Masters & MBA Tour in India. Bo - Times of India

Posted: 01 Dec 2020 12:00 AM PST

As employers continue to place a premium on international study experience, QS Quacquarelli Symonds are offering ambitious students across India the opportunity to connect with admissions officers for some of the world's top graduate programs and business schools – at no cost, from the comfort of their homes.
Recognizing that students are facing an ever-increasing array of international study options, the QS Virtual Masters Tour and QS Virtual MBA Tour are designed to demystify the process of applying to one's dream institution of higher education.
With three decades' experience of connecting ambitious young people with the right educational option for them, QS have carefully designed the virtual experience to replicate the benefits of their in-person fairs, which connected 225,000 prospective students worldwide with their next study destination last year.

This year, QS is featuring universities and business schools from the US, UK, Europe, India, Canada, Asia and Australia participating at their events. Some of the participating institutions include University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, New York University: NYU – Tandon School of Engineering, Columbia University, HEC School of Management - Paris, University College Dublin, Indian School of Business, Alliance Manchester Business School, UC Berkeley – Haas School of Business, National University of Singapore - Business School, Nanyang Business School, Syracuse University : Martin J. Whitman School of Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University, York University, Schulich School of Business, Monash, HKUST Business School, Georgia Tech, UC Irvine, HULT, IE, Singapore Management University, ESSEC, Newcastle University, Notre Dame : Mendoza College of Business, University of Calgary, Strathclyde Business School, LSE, Emory University, Universiteit Twente, EU Business School, and UBC Sauder among 80 others.

Bespoke benefits include:

  • One-to-one video chat with admissions staff from top universities and business schools
  • Exploring leading Online, Full-Time, Part-Time MBA and Master programs from across the world, to ensure that one's future study choice is based on informed decision making
  • Live panels discussions on why an MBA is still relevant in today's job market and learning how to accelerate one's career with a master's degree
  • Accessing all the essential application advice one will need from the most knowledgeable people on the topic: The university representatives, alumni, and current students in attendance
  • Receive specialist advice on funding one's study from India's leading financial advisors ICICI Bank, WeMakescholars and HDFC Credila
  • Everything that you will need to ace the admissions test- receiving expert GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, and IELTS advice from leading test preparation centers
  • Understanding how to turn successful study into a high-flying career by attending QS's career prep panels
  • Preparing to impress employers- enjoy a personal CV review by experts from SEED Education and CV Owl at no cost

Those seeking to successfully launch their next study experience and their future career can attend any of the following events online held across India, between the 5th and 15th December.

For MBA, the cities are Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and for graduation the cities are Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai.
While the registration is free for all attendees, the event requires you to book your seat in advance. To take your next step towards your dream school and career, register today at for the MBA Online events and for the Masters Events.
Disclaimer: This article has been produced on behalf of QS Quacquarelli by Times Internet's Spotlight team

Meet the MBA Class of 2022: John Neufeld, New York University (Stern) - Poets&Quants

Posted: 02 Nov 2020 12:00 AM PST

Describe yourself in 15 words or less:

Me, a collection

Of memories, ideas, thoughts

Same and different

Hometown: Doylestown, PA

Fun Fact About Yourself: I started a French Press Friday for my team where every Friday we would have coffee and snacks and it really became a great way for us to all hang out and get to know each other.

Undergraduate School and Major: Bates College: Biology and Photography

Most Recent Employer and Job Title: IDEXX Laboratories, Associate Scientist II

Aside from your classmates, what was the key part of the school's MBA programming that led you to choose this business school and why was it so important to you? NYU Stern's IQ+EQ focus really appealed to me as well as their many opportunities for real world learning. IQ+EQ was important to me because I wanted to form strong relationships with my peers. Real world learning was also something I focused on as I believe the best type of learning and growth happens out in the world applying your classroom experiences.

What makes you most excited about getting your MBA at NYU Stern? What makes you most nervous?  I am most excited about making friends and starting to form relationships with my classmates. I am most nervous about the fact that I am doing a big career pivot and do not have a background in business.

What club or activity excites you most at this school? I went to the club kickoff for the Social Impact and Sustainability Association (SISA) and I was pretty excited by the fact that there are so many students that are passionate about sustainability. It will be enlightening to interact with such like-minded people and figure out how we can leave the world a better place.

What word best describes the NYU Stern classmates you've met so far? Why? Welcoming. Every time I meet a new Stern student, they are always so friendly and down-to-earth. It has been a very welcoming experience overall.

Describe your biggest accomplishment in your career so far: I spent six months working on improving the precision of the biomarker test we were developing. I learned a lot of new skills and became the foremost expert on this specific part of the test.

What led you to pursue an MBA at this point in your career? I got to a point in my career as a scientist where it was either I will be doing this for a long time, and I will get my PhD, or I should move on. I wanted more variety and more interaction with people. Business seemed like a natural progression where I could have a big impact and have a lot more face time with clients. Currently I am planning on recruiting for consulting or product management. Both of these excite me with incredible opportunities to learn a lot and solve problems.

What other MBA programs did you apply to? Wharton and Yale.

How did you determine your fit at various schools? I tried to visit all of the schools I applied to in order to see how I felt on the campus and to try and interact with students. The tour at NYU Stern was great as it was student led and it made me feel like the students really cared about the school and wanted to share the experience.

What have you been doing to prepare yourself for business school? I have been trying to do a lot of self-reflection in order to purposefully choose a career path after graduation.

What is your favorite company and what could business students learn from them? I am not sure if I have a favorite company, so I will just pick something I like. I have had a Hydroflask water bottle for almost eight years now and it works just as well as day one. Quality counts!



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