The MBA Tour is the perfect opportunity to explore your business school options and find the program that best aligns with your career goals. This is your chance to speak directly with the world's leading business schools, attend interactive presentations to compare various programs, improve your application, get exclusive GMAT™ Exam tips from the exam creators & more!
Meet with Fernando Antonioli, Associate Director of Data Analytics & Operations, and other admissions representatives to explore the value of an MBA and how earning an advanced degree can help you achieve your career goals. The MBA Tour is free to register and attend.
What to expect:
- Meet admissions directors from Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business and other MBA programs.
- Meet face-to-face with admissions representatives in small groups.
- Improve your application with advice from admissions representatives.
- Network with fellow applicants and our event sponsors.
If you're considering D'Amore-McKim's MBA degree programs, we regularly host live webinars that introduce you to them. We encourage you to attend any of our upcoming events.
Fernando Antonioli is an Associate Director of Data Analytics & Operations at D'Amore-McKim. He manages data analytics and reporting initiatives for D'Amore-McKim graduate programs. He delivers graduate business enrollment and outcome analytics to better understand the graduate experience and provides insight into enrollment funnel, graduation metrics, and post-graduation employment success.
Previously, Fernando held the Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions role, recruiting students for D'Amore-McKim's MS in Management and the portfolio of graduate certificate programs. As a member of the Admissions Committee, he reviewed applications and interviewed applicants.
Before joining the D'Amore-McKim team, Fernando worked in admissions, where he interviewed and recruited domestic and international students. He served as an Admissions Advisor at IE Business School and as an Admissions Assistant with Boston-based company Shorelight where he focused on the Latin American region.
He is originally from Caracas, Venezuela, where he worked in corporate finance.