Each year the Access Masters Tour gives thousands of prospective students the unique chance to meet Admissions Directors of prestigious Masters programmes from around the world.
Register now at: https://www.accessmasterstour.com/link/BDR
A Masters degree can offer young professionals many opportunities for personal, academic, and career development. The professional skills gained at an international university or business school are extremely valuable to potential employers and the experience of studying abroad can be life-changing. Therefore, selecting the right Masters programme is of utmost importance!
Every event on the Access Masters Tour combines two main formats to guide candidates in their search for the best Masters programme – Open Fair and One-to-One and Duo meetings. By registering, you will gain access to the full programme of the event.
The Open Fair gives prospective students the chance to meet school representatives at their stands without any prior appointment, but after registration for the event. Masters programmes presented during this part of the event cover a wide range of fields including: Engineering, Finance and Accounting, Humanities, Information Technology, International Relations, Law and Legal Studies, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Medicine and Nursing, Science, Social Sciences.
The One-to-One and Duo meetings are dedicated to candidates specifically interested in business programmes in Management, Marketing, and Finance. Prospective students who register for the event will be scheduled for 20-minute meetings with admissions directors and school representatives. The meeting slots are carefully assigned by the Access Masters team prior to the event so that candidates get to meet the business schools that match their interests and requirements.
- Get advice and support for your Masters preparation
- Obtain GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, and scholarship information
- Have the possibility to win a free ISIC card
- Take part in the draw to win a free campus visit
Register online free of charge prior to the event in order to be able to meet with universities’ and business school representatives.