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An MBA or a Masters in Management? This is a question that almost every college senior comes across at some point of the application process when deciding on the future. The dilemma is clear: MBA v/s Masters in Management is essentially about whether one should one opt for the Masters in Management immediately after the undergraduate program or wait for a few years to apply for the MBA (For those wondering if there are any options to go for an MBA right after college, the answer is YES).
Outside the early entry options to top MBA programs, applicants therefore have two clear options – an MiM now or an MBA later. The confusion at this stage really stems from wondering whether the MiM is good enough to be a final degree and will substitute well enough for the MBA. Here are some points comparing the two programs (MiM v/s MBA) to give applicants a better picture of the key decision parameters:
– Academic content [the MBA is more advanced]: In terms of the academic skills and learning on offer, the MBA offers more advanced courses and more industry-centric opportunities (the HEC Master in Management is an exception in this regard – it is very comparable to an MBA). The MiM, in this regard, is considered to be less practical and more theoretical. This does not mean that the MiM is deficient in offering core business education, but only that some of the more advanced courses may not typically be available at MiM programs. READ MORE
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