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MYRA Joins the QS World MBA Tour in Five Indian Cities

MYSORE, India, November 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Change comes to a city near you! The MYRA School of Business has partnered with the QS World MBA Tour to meet with prospective students and introduce one of the finest research-based management programs in the country today. The QS World MBA Tour across the cities of Delhi (Nov 26), Mumbai (Nov 28), Bangalore (Dec 1), Hyderabad (Dec 3) and Chennai (Dec 5) provides a fantastic opportunity for students to learn about MYRA and its MBA-equivalent PGDM and PGPX programs.

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Each of these MBA fairs in India include free workshops to help improve an applicant's admissions skills, offers an opportunity to meet face-to-face with admission directors from top business schools, apply for $1.2 million exclusive scholarships, and attend seminars on the global MBA admissions process.

As one of the few Indian institutions included among an impressive list of global business schools, the event provides a platform for prospective applicants to understand the MYRA program from a global perspective. The MYRA School of Business will have a booth at each of these fairs where prospective applicants interested in MYRA's programs will have an opportunity to personally interact with the institution's representatives. Through this event, MYRA hopes to provide a deeper insight into what distinguishes the school from other programs through its architecturally acclaimed infrastructure, a curriculum based on the Triple Bottom Line, and an international faculty that guarantees a global education.

MYRA's Chairperson, Dr. Shalini Urs, commented, "We are looking forward to participating in the QS fairs because it gives us the opportunity to showcase our programs to global-minded MBA candidates who would appreciate and be inspired by our outstanding international faculty line-up. It also gives us the opportunity to demonstrate how a world-class management education can make a hugely positive impact on an individual's career. It is also vital to help people realise that the MYRA School of Business is the ideal place for a rigorous, research-based, socially-conscious, and globally-attuned education."

The dean of the MYRA School of Business, Dr. Rajiv Sinha, added, "It is exciting for a young institution such as MYRA to participate in the QS fairs alongside well-established and highly reputed business schools. As our faculty teach at these and similar institutions, I am confident that Indian students will realise that a MYRA education will truly give them the 'best of both worlds'."

To register for the QS World MBA Tour, visit: http://www.topmba.com/qs-world-mba-tour/

About MYRA School of Business:

The MYRA School of Business is a management institution in Mysore offering a 2-year PGDM and 1-year PGPX program. Through a rigorous research-based curriculum, a distinguished faculty line-up, and an architecturally-acclaimed campus, MYRA aims to deliver an education that is unparalleled in Asia. Padma Bhushan Deepak Parekh, Chairman of HDFC, described MYRA as "a world-class platform to develop the future business leaders of India." MYRA will welcome its Founding Class in July 2013. To know more, visit http://www.myra.ac.in.

Primary Media Contact: Ashwin Rao, ashwin.rao@myra.ac.in, 91-9008523333

Secondary Media Contact: Deepa Jaganath, deepa.jaganath@myra.ac.in, 91-9535423333

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