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Hi, I'm a 22 years old, professional football player since 5 years, played pro in more than 4 countries, and 1 year experience with a consultancy firm in the commercial world (current). Bbm(ib) graduate. Should I go for full time MBA or a 2+2 programme? Aiming for top B-Schools in US. Currently preparing for GMAT.

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Both will be a good depending on what you are looking for as a outcome. 2+2 programs gives you opportunity to learn more while with an MBA, you can get some work experience and capitalize it during your studies.

Depends on if you're more academically inclined or if you prefer to get hands dirty first and then chisel up your learning through a full time program.
From the age perspective, you are more fit for the 2+2 program though if you're targeting to apply by next year.
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Thank you so much for the precious info. I'm wondering what are some of the best 2+2 (internship + MBA) programmes in the USA to apply for 2019 intake. I'll be writing the GMAT at around Mid-December so we are looking at Round 2 Deadlines. Would appreciate any advice/suggestions/information. Regards.

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Hi Kanakshukrey,

AndyDufresne made some great points. Since you are on the younger side, a 2+2 program would make more sense for you, as most MBA programs recommend more than just one year of work experience. You also may find it helpful to reach out to some of the admissions consultants here on GMAT Club for some more specific advice.

I see that you are planning to take the GMAT in mid-December; are you also looking for advice on how to prepare for your exam? Have you already taken a diagnostic to get a baseline score? What is your score goal? You may find my article with more information regarding
how to score a 700+ on the GMAT helpful.

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Can you please provide a link or list down all possible top 20 2+2 MBA programmes in the world for youngsters who just graduated and have just 1 yesr work ex.? Thanks a lot.

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