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New post 16 Apr 2011, 04:56
Hi,

I am planning to apply to B schools this year and hope to start studying next yr. Currently based in Melbourne, I am planning to apply to international B schools. How do I ask my current employers for a recommendation without telling them that I intend on pursuing a full time MBA overseas instead of part time study in Melbourne itself?Can i possibly say I might look at distance study??

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New post 09 May 2011, 00:50
aanchalsinha wrote:
Hi,

I am planning to apply to B schools this year and hope to start studying next yr. Currently based in Melbourne, I am planning to apply to international B schools. How do I ask my current employers for a recommendation without telling them that I intend on pursuing a full time MBA overseas instead of part time study in Melbourne itself?Can i possibly say I might look at distance study??


if you cant be open about your plans, then dont ask your direct manager. take an indirect supervisor / friend into confidence and ask him / her for a rec...

no point saying distance study. they will eventually have to submit the rec's online, and it will be very evident that you are applying to full time programs

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Re: How do you ask for recommendations?   [#permalink] 09 May 2011, 00:50
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