Opportunity for MBA aspirants to connect with representative from the University of Sheffield (UK) and get on the spot admissions
Sheffield University Management School, based at the internationally-renowned University of Sheffield in the UK is a dynamic, research-led multidisciplinary school and one of the only 59 Schools worldwide with triple accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB. Presently ranked 16th in the UK for its research, the Management School has a vibrant and varied research environment and collaborates with a wide range of partners and research consortia both from within the institution and externally at a local, national and international level.
Mr. Ian Proctor, Head of Business Development and External Relations at the School, will be in India from 23rd November to 4th December and will be meeting aspiring MBA students in six different locations as part of the QS MBA Tour. Dates and times for QS MBA Exhibitions are provided below:
• Mumbai (23rd November) at The Leela Kempinski (Sahar) between 12:30 PM to 6 PM
• New Delhi (25th November) at The Taj Mahal Hotel (Mansingh Road) between 3.30 PM to 9 PM
• Ahmedabad (27th November) at St. Laurn Tower (Ashram Road) between 3.30 PM to 9 PM
• Bangalore (30th November) at Vivanta by Taj (M G Road) between 12.30 PM to 6 PM
• Hyderabad (2nd December) at Vivanta by Taj (Begumpet) between 3.30 PM to 9 PM
• Chennai (4th December) at Hyatt Regency (Anna Salai) between 3.30 PM to 9 PM
Potential applicants are warmly invited to visit the Sheffield Stand at these events where they will be able to meet with alumni and representatives from the School and obtain detailed information about the excellent provision that Sheffield is able to offer.
Aspiring MBA students in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore can also pre-register through QS Top MBA for a dedicated Connect 1-2-1 session and interview where Mr. Proctor will be making ‘on the spot’ offers to excellent candidates, as well as providing detailed information on the Sheffield MBA, other postgraduate courses offered by Sheffield, application procedures, city life, accommodation and scholarship opportunities.
To seek a 1-2-1 appointment with Mr. Ian Proctor, please contact the QS MBA Tour at www.topmba.com/events/qs-world-mba-tour/india.
According to statistics from the 2013 AMBA Careers Survey, ‘10% of MBA students at AMBA-accredited schools begin the course in a senior management role: after one year of completing an MBA, 30% are in senior management roles. Two-thirds are in middle-manager or higher roles after just one year of completing their MBA. The average salary of an MBA graduate from India from an AMBA-accredited programme is over £65,000.”
About The University of Sheffield:
• With nearly 25,000 students from 125 countries, the University of Sheffield is one of the UK’s leading and largest universities. A member of the Russell Group, it has a reputation for world-class teaching and research excellence across a wide range of disciplines.
• The University of Sheffield has been named University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards for its exceptional performance in research, teaching, access and business performance. In addition, the University has won four Queen’s Anniversary Prizes (1998, 2000, 2002, 2007). These prestigious awards recognize outstanding contributions by universities and colleges to the United Kingdom’s intellectual, economic, cultural and social life. Sheffield also boasts five Nobel Prize winners among former staff and students and many of its alumni have gone on to hold positions of great responsibility and influence around the world.
• The University’s research partners and clients include Boeing, Rolls-Royce, Unilever, Boots, AstraZeneca, GSK, ICI, Slazenger, and many more household names, as well as UK and overseas government agencies and charitable foundations.
• The University has well-established partnerships with a number of universities and major corporations, both in the UK and abroad. Its partnership with Leeds and York Universities in the White Rose Consortium has a combined research power greater than that of either Oxford or Cambridge.