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How To Combine An MBA With Working Life?

05th April 2011
By simranbebi in Business Law
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Combine study with working life requires effort and sacrifice. No doubt that an MBA is a learning experience for every professional. However, the debate is whether it must stop working to study a master's degree full time, or accumulating years of experience to study a part-time program.

To study an part time MBA, universities and business schools require a minimum years of experience, and, in many cases, a greater flow of ideas and skills, given the length of labor market participants.

According to some experts, follow a course of these features when you have years of experience is much richer, because they can share ideas and apply them to everyday business. However, others argue that a student fresh out of college can attend a Full Time MBA program and graduate-equally-prepared to face the world of business.

Full Time MBA program is the classic that requires a total commitment of the student. Executive MBA programs, however, have a different profile of participants with a solid working experience in senior positions.

Both full-time MBA, as part time MBA have the same rigor and quality in content and faculty. However, they are aimed at professionals with different needs.

online courses in Marketing from the University courses, and current Executive Investment CORFU, one of the greatest difficulties of realize a program of this nature, has to do with how to balance family life work and study.

Comparing a program with another, the IE Business School academic says that u n MBA Full Time and Part Time, "are different experiences, but both are very positive in terms of point of view is analyzed. " While the former allows live in-depth and full time, enjoying the team work and student life itself, the second requires the student's ability to advance in their daily lives (work and personal), adding the responsibility and the burden of doing an MBA Part Time.

In this context, the expert highlighted the experience of learning from colleagues who also are active during the Masters and going to apply on a daily basis, the acquired knowledge and see the changes that can have on the development of their profession.

"This is not to say that one is better than the other, simply respond to different realities, and both experience and the changes in the student in both formats, will accompany you in the short and long term of his professional life, concludes.
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