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# Does MBA make sense for me...?

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19 Oct 2010, 14:36
BlueRobin wrote:
Allright my man, i am happy for you are allright and doing well in london,you will have lots of fun & friends in that place as long as you can afford it.

I am sure you must have already done so but but if not, then make sure to check out the gherkin on fenchurch street, i am sure you will love seeing so many financial buildings at one place.

Thanks for the information and keep up the good work.

By the way your right in saying one*(demographically applicable individuals ) should try if it is worth the stretch.

The one I need to go to is a restaurant next to the gherkin, I think 40th floor and double michelin star. Some team mates were there recently, but I missed out ... this business dinner thing can be fun if you manage to get into the michelin star stuff
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18 Dec 2010, 07:02
Here is my take in this. The full-time MBA is a somewhat risky choice for you. However, if you don't take risk you don't get a potential reward. I'm in the same boat: lots of years in IT, decent salary. I'm sure you searched for jobs at the higher level such as Director, VP etc and I'm sure you noticed the higher you go the more common is MBA requirement.

Next: FT vs. PT: this is a beat up topic with a little caveat though - Google, Apple, Microsoft and the likes will come to HAAS to hire Full-timers. PT students may not get an access or equal access to those companies. In other words, PT gives you a stamp in resume, knowledge and some alumni connection while FT gives you stamp, knowledge, strong network and the JOB.

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24 Dec 2010, 03:27
Good work shrouded.
I think u helped me very much because i was in need of some info on S&T and u provided me with the one.
Thanks and kudos.

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