The MBA25 Spring Season of 2015 is over. Thank you for your participation!

This spring, the MBA25 season has been particularly successful. Therefore, we’ve decided to sum up the work done. Here are the highlights of the first MBA season of 2015.

Together with the representatives of the leading business schools from Spain (IE, IESE, ESADE), Great Britain (Manchester, LBS), the USA (DUKE), Italy (SDA Bocconi), France (INSEAD, HEC) and others countries, the MBA25 team offered advice to each event participant, helping them choose a top business school that would suit them best. The participating schools’ Admission Directors have interviewed each candidate in person to help them find the very best program to improve their professional knowledge and skills.





Countries participating in MBA25

People attending top business school info-sessions

Participants have talked to business school admission directors in person

MBA25 registrations

Top business school alumni (Oxford, Cambridge, Haas, LBS, Wharton, Chicago Booth, IMD, Columbia, INSEAD, ESADE, Kellogg, CEU) have been guests as well as speakers at MBA25 panel sessions where they have shared their experience of MBA studies and talked about the specifics of each school.

Every MBA25 event had a varied program of workshops and consultations.

At the MBA25 event in Kyiv, YuriiPoslovskii, an MBA Strategy consultant, helped the guests with the MBA testing information and the particulars of business school application process.

At the Moscow MBA25 event, one of the main topics was the funding of business education. Aslan Kerimov, a Rosinterbank representative, was talking about the specifics of student loan programs aimed at helping students who wish to obtain an MBA degree. Additionally, the Prodigy Finance company representatives, Chloe Fodden and Anthony Hall have given information about the opportunities for receiving a student loan to study at business schools all over the world.

At the MBA25 event in Tbilisi, guests had a chance to meet with Manchester (the United Kingdom), IE (Spain) and DUKE (the USA).

In Budapest, this was the first MBA25 event ever.

Thanks to our partners’ support and cooperation with business schools and their alumni, we have been able to present the specifics of MBA programs and help applicants to choose the program and school that suited them best. We are deeply grateful for your contributing to our event!

We are looking forward to meeting you at the MBA25 events this fall!

The MBA25 team

Only TOP schools. Only TOP candidates. 

Budapest 24.03.2015
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Oleg Vitkovsky, Kyiv
Summer Associate
Bain & Company

I liked the format of the MBA25event - round tables (15 minutes each), with representatives of the business schools.

Anna Lazareva , Moscow

The MBA25 event was perfect! And the organization, and the represented business schools!I can highlight the meeting with alumni! I think it could be explained by the opportunity to get the “first hand “ information about admission process. And accordingly ask any questions.

Ana Kabzinadze, Tbilisi
DDB, Training center

I would like to express my deep gratitude toward the organizers and speakers of MBA25 for providing me all necessary and detailed information. After this I've got direct vision how to prepare for Master studies and how to plan my future steps. Thank you for the opportunities to meet the representatives of universities at MBA25 event!

Anna Gogokhia, Tbilisi

MBA25 was above my expectation! Thank you!

Sevda Amirova, Baku
Head of Press Department and Political Adviser
Embassy of Israel in Azerbaijan

Everything was well organized.MBA25 fair is very useful event that gives opportunity to students to get closer to the Business Schools which they want to apply and provides excellent information with answering to all questions.  


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