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Can I pursue executive MBA after having done full-time MBA?

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I have already pursued my full time 2 year MBA in 2015. Will there be any obstacles while going for executive MBA now, in terms of application and selection process of colleges? I have nearly 4 years of work-ex.

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I have already pursued my full time 2 year MBA in 2015. Will there be any obstacles while going for executive MBA now, in terms of application and selection process of colleges? I have nearly 4 years of work-ex.


You can pursue an Exec MBA or a FT MBA, it will depend on the policy of your target school. Please check with your target schools. But may I ask why are you pursuing a second MBA so soon?
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Usually EMBA is more of a for-profit education model and the selection criteria are less focused on the your edu background and more on experience and leadership (many top programs still wave GMAT for qualified applicants) so I doubt you will have issues as long as you can explain your reasons for the second degree.

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Usually EMBA is more of a for-profit education model and the selection criteria are less focused on the your edu background and more on experience and leadership (many top programs still wave GMAT for qualified applicants) so I doubt you will have issues as long as you can explain your reasons for the second degree.

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