Please think carefully before you respond to this poll. On very rare occasions, I've been told some Fortune 5's do make such offers, especially for cadidates who possess marketable skills in need during a raging bull market.
Looks like everyone thinks REALLY carefully...
Hopefully we'll get some feedback on that... Seriously, if Fortune XYZ Corp propostioned: "We were so impressed with your performance this summer that we would like to offer you a permanent position starting immediately, at a certain six digit salary, and still allow you an evening or two a week off to continue your studies..." I seriously would consider taking the bait.
1. The second year is basically all electives, which we could tailor around our work schedule.
2. Five years should be enough time to spread out 10~12 courses with a full time job.
3. We'd be working one year earlier.
4. We'd be guaranteed a position for at least a year during a booming economy.
5. MBA salary w/half an MBA education and counting...
6. Visa sponsorship for internationals.
1. Loss of FT status and all its perks.
2. Severing alumni contacts.
3. That lingering feeling of "I've gotta get this MBA wrapped up one of these years."
4. Balancing a full time career with demanding academic work.
5. Potentially losing a better offer or your "dream job" after grad.
6. Possibly defeating your original purpose of going back to school.