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QS World Grad School Tour

Melbourne

Thursday, 16th Aug 2018
16:00 - 20:00
Westin Melbourne
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Register now to attend event

Register now for the Melbourne QS World Grad School Tour and meet face to face with admission directors from top universities and business schools to learn more about specialised Masters degrees and the MBA, admissions requirements, network opportunities and what this means for your career.

By attending, you can gain access to a platform of scholarships worth up to US$7 Million!

Why attend?

Financial Support

Apply for a pool of scholarships offered by QS and its partner institutions to all fair attendees!
Scholarships

Personal Interaction

Speak face-to-face with key decision makers from the world’s top institutions and get expert advice
Face-to-face

Seminars

Informative sessions on application procedures, entry exams and applying for scholarships
Seminars

Event Agenda

16:00

Registration Opens

16:00 - 20:00

Free CV Evaluation

17:00 - 17:30

Accelerate your career with a Masters degree: Q&A with leading universities
Presenters: Alliance Manchester Business School, UCLA Master Financial Engineering, University of Melbourne, University of Tasmania

17:30

Start of the fair

18:30 - 19:00

Gain insight into the current job market post-graduation and get top interview tips

20:00

Fair Closes

FAQ

Do I need to register beforehand or can I register on the day, what is the cost?
Registration is free. We would recommend you register online so you can receive important information from QS and the participating institutions.
What is the best time to attend the fair?
We would suggest that you come early to attend the informative presentations and panels but you can come at any time between 4pm and 8pm.
How to dress for the QS World Grad School Tour?
There is no specific dress code for the QS World Grad School Tour. The fair does provide you with a relaxed atmosphere to meet with admissions directors – smart casual is preferred rather than board shorts and thongs.