Meet Personal MBA Coach Over Drinks - Thur 6/23 in Manhattan (Round 1 is coming...)

June 13, 2016

 

Scott will be hosting drinks at The Renaissance Hotel in Midtown Manhattan on Thursday 6/23 at 7PM. Come to discuss business school application strategies during informal Q&A over drinks. Round one is approaching, so whether you are planning to apply this year and want to talk about your strategy, or if you are planning ahead for the future, stop by and introduce yourself.

 

In addition to talking with Scott, former clients who are students / recent admits at top MBA programs will be present to talk about their application experiences.

 

Please RSVP by sending a note to scott@personalmbacoach.com. If you would like a consultation about your profile before the event, please email your resume ahead of time. 
 

Thursday June 23rd: 7:00-8:30PM

 

The Renaissance Hotel Midtown

218 West 35th Street

New York, NY 10001

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/nycsg-renaissance-new-york-midtown-hotel/

 

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As a former management consultant, a Wharton MBA and MIT BS graduate, Scott Edinburgh founded Personal MBA Coach in 2008. With a boutique and personalized approach, Scott helps turn analytical, general management and client services experiences into powerful and convincing stories that admissions committee members are looking for. Scott has helped hundreds of applicants get into all of the top MBA programs around the world. Contact Scott to learn how Personal MBA Coach can help you prepare for the GMAT and work with you to create powerful applications, walking you step by step through the entire process.

 

96% of Personal MBA Coach clients get into one of their top two or three schools. Whether you are applying to full-time, part-time or Executive MBA programs, Scott can help you get there.

 

Scott can be reached at scott@personalmbacoach.com or +1 617 645 2424.

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