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Take the first step towards earning an MBA from Queen's

Information Session: Tuesday March 11, 2014

Queen's Graduate Diploma in Business:
The first step in your journey towards a Queen's MBA

Have you ever considered complementing your engineering education with an understanding of business fundamentals?  If so, you will be pleased to hear about Queen's Graduate Diploma in Business; an innovative new 4-month summer program, designed to provide recent graduates with the business knowledge that recruiters are looking for in this competitive job market.
The completion of this program also represents a significant step towards earning your Queen's MBA, as each of the credits can be applied towards a variety of Queen's School of Business Masters programs in the future.
On March 11th, join us for an information session at the University of Waterloo, hosted by Program Manager Dan McBride.  During the short presentation, you will learn how the knowledge and skills acquired in this program will prepare you for a broad range of careers and open doors that may not have been previously available to you.
Register now and learn about:
The Program Curriculum: Learn about the 8 courses included in the 4-month curriculum
The Power of Teams: Our team-based program not only mirrors the workplace, but also provides numerous opportunities to practice your team and leadership skills
Applying your credits towards future studies: Learn how the credits earned during this program can be applied towards a Queen's MBA
The Application Process: Learn how you can join our next class
Information Session

Date:
Mar. 11, 2014
Time:
4:00 PM EDT
Location:
University of Waterloo

Multipurpose Room -
SLC Main Floor
Duration:
60 minutes
Can't make it? Register for our next online information session and receive the recording via email.


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