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MiM and then 1-year MBA

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I'm a recent undergrad and am slated to start an MiM in London this coming year. I want to do an MiM now because I would like to 1) work in London, 2) make a career switch into consultancy. However, I would also ultimately like to do an MBA in the U.S. I emailed my alma mater in the U.S. (top 15 MBA schools in the world) to ask if I could still apply for an MBA after accumulating more work experience after my MiM, and the reply was that it is possible to apply for an accelerated 1-year MBA instead. This way it actually also saves me quite a bit of money. However, most of my friends have told me that it would be severely detrimental to do an MiM and then apply for an MBA and advised me not to do an MiM.

Do you guys know anything about this?
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