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you haven't really supplied anything that could help us make that choice. Are you well established within a company and just need an MBA as a credential to move to the next level? Are you someone with only minor work experience who wants the MBA to do a lot of the work? Why are these your only two/three options?
I have quite a bit of experience, but not in management. It is in technology. I live in Toronto, so ideally for me if I were to quit my job I'd like to go to University of Toronto rather than moving to another city or country. I do like having money coming in so I have decided to keep my job and pursue a Kelley Distance MBA as I plan on working in US after the MBA.
Based on my observation - a sample of 3 colleagues and friends, distance learning candidates have a real hard time landing jobs. If you want to land a job within the U.S. you're better off pursing the York-Kellogg executive MBA program, which adds top tier brand name to your resume, typically this program requires a little more work experience, but the Kellogg brand name on your resume can open doors anywhere in the US.
Re: Sort of a Dilemma
13 Sep 2010, 01:54