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One year MBA V/s Two year program

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One year MBA V/s Two year program [#permalink] New post 13 Apr 2005, 05:07
Hi all,

Many colleges these days are offering one and two year MBA programs. Can someone give more inputs on One Year MBA V/s Two year MBA. What are the pros and cons of One year MBA against Two year MBA.

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The basic answer:

Two Year MBA programs are better for students who intend to swich careers, in part because of the internship between the first and second years

Two Year programs allow more time for electives and a deeper investigation of topics that interest you

Two Year programs allow more time for networking/developing strong relationships with your classmates

Two Year programs generally allow more flexibility in scheduling exchange programs

One Year programs generally have higher value for the money (Note IMD had a value for the money rank of #2 in FT 2005 while LBS had a rank of 91, INSEAD had a rank of 9 while IESE was #47, Oxford was #1 while Manchester was 45)

One Year programs minimize your absence from the workplace and your industry
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Re: One year MBA V/s Two year program [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2012, 01:09
Its depend you can do 1 year also if you have some experience..
Re: One year MBA V/s Two year program   [#permalink] 16 Mar 2012, 01:09
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