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College Senior -> MBA?

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College Senior -> MBA? [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2010, 11:37
I will graduate this next spring in 2011 and I was thinking about going and getting my MBA after I graduate. I have had multiple internships and a part-time job throughout my years in college, but I am worried about what the MBA admissions will make with my position. I am looking for advice about where I should apply, what round to apply, or any other information/stats from people who have been in my situation.

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Re: College Senior -> MBA? [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2010, 20:41
What you're asking is an impossibly broad question. What sorts of MBA programs are you interested in? There are plenty of opportunities to get an MBA degree right out of undergrad, many schools even offer it as a 5th year option. If you're targeting a top school, your chances of getting in are very, very, very slim. The top schools prefer that their students have a few years of full-time work experience under their belt and so admit only a handful, if any, students right out of undergrad.

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Re: College Senior -> MBA? [#permalink] New post 25 Nov 2015, 20:07
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It's going to be really hard for you to get into a top program. Why the rush? Most MBA applicants have at least two years of experience and many have four to six years of experience. This makes them more competitive for jobs after school and helps them contribute more and learn more during their program. Without any experience you probably won't have anything to base your learnings on. Take a few years and find a job you like and use that time to put together a strong application package.

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Re: College Senior -> MBA?   [#permalink] 25 Nov 2015, 20:07
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