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Dear all,

I have a general query on doing my MBA.
I currently have 13+ years of experience and will soon be reaching my 40's. Following all the posts from the other members and researching a bit on the trend, I finally found that I'm kind of over aged to do a so called "normal MBA"
Is this true?

I can negotiate with my boss for an executive MBA but this comes with education contracts, number of years to stay with current company clauses and so on.
Are there any MBA programs with an average age of 40 in the class?
where can I find this info?

If all of this doesn't work then maybe Executive MBA is the final option. Any pointers are greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,
Santora
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Hi santorasantu,

I agree that since you are asking an admissions-based question, you should reach out to one of the many admissions consultants here on GMAT Club. Also, if you have a list of schools in mind, it would not hurt to reach out to the folks in admissions to get some further clarity regarding your situation.

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Hi santorasantu,

You're ultimately asking an Admissions question, so you would likely find it beneficial to speak with an Admissions Expert about your overall profile and plans. There's a Forum full of those Experts here:

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santorasantu wrote:
Dear all,

I have a general query on doing my MBA.
I currently have 13+ years of experience and will soon be reaching my 40's. Following all the posts from the other members and researching a bit on the trend, I finally found that I'm kind of over aged to do a so called "normal MBA"
Is this true?

I can negotiate with my boss for an executive MBA but this comes with education contracts, number of years to stay with current company clauses and so on.
Are there any MBA programs with an average age of 40 in the class?
where can I find this info?

If all of this doesn't work then maybe Executive MBA is the final option. Any pointers are greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,
Santora


Hi santorasantu

I'm happy to help you with information from Netherlands too.

Please PM me. Good luck.
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