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:? I am 22 years old with zero years workexperience. Am i eligible for applying to wharton and boston universities for MBA program?
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:? I am 22 years old with zero years workexperience. Am i eligible for applying to wharton and boston universities for MBA program?


If you have a bachelors, GMAT, etc. and lack full-time work experience, you are eligible at most schools, but your chances are poor. Unless you have top grades, a high GMAT, and stellar internships and extra-curricular activities, your chances at Harvard and other top MBA programs are very slim without any full-time work experience. If you have those qualifications, then you would have a chance at Harvard and possibly MIT, although less likely. I'm not sure of the other Boston-area programs. You are much better off applying with some full-time work experience. You also will get more out of the program if you work full-time for at least 1-2 years.

For general advice on applying as a younger applicant, please visit "MBA Admissions: Application advice for younger applicants."

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