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I'm old for a master degree?

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Hi,
I'm 27 and I'm italian. I would like to apply for a master course in management ( Mannheim or Esade) but I think I'm too old to start a master course.
I prefer the course content offered by Mannheim but it's a 24 months full time course!

I'm very sad because I like studying and I will take a msc but I'm 27... I don't know if it's a good idea to start a full time course. It's better for me to do a master course for 10/12 months?
Thank you guys and sorry for my english
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New post 12 Apr 2018, 06:06
I think you are not too old to study master course in management,consult the university authorities for eligibility.
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New post 01 Sep 2018, 20:01
I think most MiM programs have a average age of 23-24 since they don’t require job experience, but I also saw from some brochures that the “range” is something like 21-35.

So if you have something you have achieved during your past years (some work experience I guess?) that you can present as your strength compared to other fresh graudates, finding a job afterwards with more age should not be a problem.

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New post 08 Oct 2018, 12:28
elirya wrote:
Hi,
I'm 27 and I'm italian. I would like to apply for a master course in management ( Mannheim or Esade) but I think I'm too old to start a master course.
I prefer the course content offered by Mannheim but it's a 24 months full time course!

I'm very sad because I like studying and I will take a msc but I'm 27... I don't know if it's a good idea to start a full time course. It's better for me to do a master course for 10/12 months?
Thank you guys and sorry for my english


Actually, you age is great to start an MBA program in Mannheim too. This will be kind of investment in your age.

But what about your experience? Can you shed light on your background?
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