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Full-time or part-time and what schools? [#permalink]
31 Aug 2013, 22:42
I appreciate anyone who reads this for taking the time to read my post. I thank anyone who replies to my post. At age 31, what programs should I try for. Female. Nationality - India. Work exp - 9 years. Exp as an Engineer in Technology firms. Current salary - 130K base. Undergrad - Cornell Engineering. GPA - 2.8. GMAT - 720.
I am at a stage in my career where I am getting too technical and without an MBA I feel I am stuck in highly technical roles and my growth is limited. I know I am late but I couldn't afford to go for a MBA sooner.
I prefer a full-time MBA as that will open more doors and teach me a lot more considering my tech background. However, given my age and current salary, I am not sure what programs to aim for. If I were to try part-time, is UC Berkeley Haas possible? If I were to try full-time, what schools to aim for? Is Duke, Cornell possible? My guess is a top 10 is out of range for me??
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