It is with great pleasure that we announce AIGAC’s 7th Annual Conference, to be held in New York City.
Wednesday May 28th through Friday May 30th, 2014
AIGAC would very much like your participation in our 2014 conference, a return to the site of one of our earliest conferences, New York City! We are excited to be hosting the event at both Columbia Business School and NYU Stern School of Business. There are lots of details that will come your way in the next few weeks and be on the lookout for a great early bird deal! Please save the date on your calendar!
We will be reaching out to members to determine your interest in getting involved with conference planning, however, if you are interested and would like to volunteer to lead a committee or helping with logistics, please contact one of us directly:
Whether you have a lot of time or just a couple of hours to spare, we would love to get you involved!
About AIGAC: The Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) promotes professional excellence in serving graduate and professional school applicants worldwide. Its international membership is committed to upholding the highest ethical practices in graduate admissions advisory services. AIGAC has over 80 members including the largest and most prestigious admissions consultant organizations. Our membership is based all over the world (US, Europe, Africa, Latin America, Asia) and we reach thousands of applicants directly each year and tens of thousands more through our blogs, social media and web sites. AIGAC also co-sponsors the MBA Applicant Survey to better understand the profile of prospective MBA students, the sources of information they use when deciding where to apply, and the motivations behind their MBA application decisions.
About the AIGAC Annual Conference: Our annual conferences share best practices among members, promote ethics in our industry, and share insights with the world’s leading MBA programs. Past conferences have been held in Philadelphia, Madrid & Barcelona, Chicago, New York, Boston, and Palo Alto and have included deans and directors of admissions along with program representatives from the following graduate business schools: Cambridge-Judge, CEIBS, Columbia University, Cornell University-Johnson, Dartmouth University-Tuck, Duke University-Fuqua, ESADE, Georgetown McDonough School of Business, Harvard Business School, HEC Paris, HKUST, IESE, IMD, Indian School of Business (ISB), Indiana University-Kelley, INSEAD, Instituto de Empresa (IE Business), London Business School (LBS), MBA@UNC, MIT-Sloan, Northwestern-Kellogg, NYU-Stern, Rotterdam School of Management, SDA Bocconi, Stanford, UC Berkeley-Haas, UCLA-Anderson, University of Chicago, University of Michigan-Ross, University of North Carolina-Kenan-Flagler, University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business, University of Virginia-Darden and Yale University.