Mim/Msc in Management programs are meant for recent graduates with little work experience. Yes, it is possible and and not unusual for people to be accepted into a top school with only a summer internship.
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I have a question about MiM/Msc in Management programs and work experience. It’s clear that from looking at admission requirements that work experience is not one of them. However, by browsing the forums and looking at the average age of the students it seems that it does play a role. I am just curious about how big of a role does it play. Is it possible to be accepted into a top school with only a summer internship? Does it vary from school to school? I am currently looking at:
Emlyon (MiM and Entrepreneur programs)
Rotterdam School of Management
Imperial College London (Management and Entrepreneur programs)
London School of Economics and Political Science (Msc Programs)
Msc at Queen's
Any help and advice will be much appreciated. I only recently started looking at these programs as possible alternatives to an Economics masters. We don’t really have these in Canada and it’s difficult to find people who went to them.
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