I first started reading The Economist back in 1994, when I was applying to be a Rhodes Scholar, and was told that I needed to be more aware of both global issues and events in the UK. While I didn’t achieve that goal, I did end up becoming a life-long aficionado of that magazine’s dry humor and global news coverage.
Which is why I was delighted when The Economist reached out to me, asking for help publicizing their online “Which MBA?” fair in February. This free event, which takes place on February 6 and 7, will give you a chance to chat with deans, admissions officers, current students, and alumni from over 30 business schools, including Sloan and Darden (though not HBS, as far as I can tell).
If you’re interested, you can register for free at the Which MBA? website.