tel aviv university .
(photo credit: Channel 2)
The QS World MBA Tour returns to Tel Aviv on Tuesday November 1, at The Carlton
Tel Aviv. The fair provides those wanting to get ahead in their business careers
with the opportunity to start short-listing international business schools that
are right for them, and to meet admissions officers from around the world face
Among the business schools participating this year are Boston
University., HEC Paris, Hult, IDC, IE, IMD, Imperial, INSEAD, Johns Hopkins
University, and Tel Aviv University.
According to The QS
TopMBA.com Jobs & Salary Trends Report , global MBA job growth rate
is averaging at 36 percent, with MBA consulting jobs back at record levels in
2011, and MBA jobs in financial services have seen a 27% actual increase in 2011
The report, produced by the team behind the QS World MBA Tour, surveyed over
12,000 employers, the largest global employer survey of its kind ever
The report found that economic growth in emerging markets is
fuelling worldwide demand for MBAs. With the IMF recently predicting Israel’s
economy to grow by 4.8% in 2011, MBA demand by Israeli employers is likely to
follow the precedence set by its Asian and European counterparts, according to
QS managing director Nunzio Quacquarelli says, “The emerging market
boom is also fuelling demand for MBAs within western markets because companies
judge MBAs to be best equipped to deal with these opportunities.
employers prefer international study experience and look for strong linguistic
abilities and good interpersonal and communication skills.
candidates are in a unique position as their crosscultural experiences are
likely to provide a competitive edge in the international market
The QS World MBA Tour consists of 85 events across 43 countries
over five continents during 2011. It offers $1.2 million worth of scholarships
to those who attend its fairs.