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Hey, I am just beginning to consider this avenue of expanding my career. I am 33 years old and have 10 years work experience (5 years in an Indian law firm and 5 year as in house counsel in an MNC). Am trying to understand 1) is it too late to consider an MBA; 2) are there any other avenues/courses better suited for my skill sets and experience (e.g. global leadership program)? Thanks vm for your time.

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SChatterjee wrote:
Hey, I am just beginning to consider this avenue of expanding my career. I am 33 years old and have 10 years work experience (5 years in an Indian law firm and 5 year as in house counsel in an MNC). Am trying to understand 1) is it too late to consider an MBA; 2) are there any other avenues/courses better suited for my skill sets and experience (e.g. global leadership program)? Thanks vm for your time.

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Hi,

1. its not too late to consider an MBA. However, at your age and level of work experience, a two year MBA will not be the right format.
2. You should instead consider programs for senior managers. There are a few fellowship programs offered by top-ranked MBA institutes such as Stanford, MIT Sloan, LBS and USC Marshall. These will be more suited to your profile and you will have a peer group more aligned with yourself.
Just to add, you will need a GMAT score to apply to these programs.
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