MBA with little work experience


Duncan

No chance at all, I would imagine, unless you take some other qualification which compensates for it.

No chance at all, I would imagine, unless you take some other qualification which compensates for it.
quote
ralph

Like Duncan says, you probably will not have very much luck. Some MBA programs will waive GMAT requirements for highly-experienced candidates, but I have never heard of a bachelor's degree wavier. Maybe look into doing an accelerated bachelor's degree online?

Dear All,

I have a diploma (two years after the high school) and have over 10 years work experience and i want to apply for MBA in Canada.

What are my chances in finding such collage since i don't have a bachelor degree?

Thanking your help

Like Duncan says, you probably will not have very much luck. Some MBA programs will waive GMAT requirements for highly-experienced candidates, but I have never heard of a bachelor's degree wavier. Maybe look into doing an accelerated bachelor's degree online?

<blockquote>Dear All,

I have a diploma (two years after the high school) and have over 10 years work experience and i want to apply for MBA in Canada.

What are my chances in finding such collage since i don't have a bachelor degree?

Thanking your help</blockquote>
quote
Paritosh

Hi All
I have a work exp of 2yrs 6mnths and have a gmat score of 690. But i dont have a high budget and am also looking for a scholarship or financial support. Can you please suggest which university should i go for pusuing MBA.

Ps: i will mba at dal university be good.

thnx
Paritosh

Hi All
I have a work exp of 2yrs 6mnths and have a gmat score of 690. But i dont have a high budget and am also looking for a scholarship or financial support. Can you please suggest which university should i go for pusuing MBA.

Ps: i will mba at dal university be good.

thnx
Paritosh
quote
Duncan

690 isn't an amazing score. Most schools use scholarships to attract higher quality students. You can use http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ to find US schools with low out-of-state tuition fees.

690 isn't an amazing score. Most schools use scholarships to attract higher quality students. You can use http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ to find US schools with low out-of-state tuition fees.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Halifax, Canada 6 Followers 11 Discussions
Sydney, Canada 9 Followers 3 Discussions
Edmonton, Canada 50 Followers 53 Discussions
Calgary, Canada 32 Followers 35 Discussions
Winnipeg, Canada 16 Followers 16 Discussions
Fredericton, Canada 5 Followers 7 Discussions
Saint John, Canada 7 Followers 10 Discussions
Ottawa, Canada 22 Followers 30 Discussions
Saskatoon, Canada 6 Followers 7 Discussions
Victoria, Canada 10 Followers 13 Discussions
Windsor, Canada 12 Followers 9 Discussions
Waterloo, Canada 21 Followers 11 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 7 Followers 16 Discussions
Ottawa, Canada 22 Followers 12 Discussions
Halifax, Canada 16 Followers 15 Discussions
Victoria, Canada 2 Followers 8 Discussions
St. John's, Canada 37 Followers 15 Discussions
Montréal, Canada 47 Followers 56 Discussions
Montréal, Canada 55 Followers 84 Discussions
Kingston, Canada 36 Followers 74 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 76 Followers 114 Discussions
London, Canada 38 Followers 77 Discussions
Vancouver, Canada 61 Followers 96 Discussions
Montréal, Canada 66 Followers 57 Discussions
Fontainebleau, France 67 Followers 302 Discussions
Vancouver, Canada 24 Followers 36 Discussions
St. Albert, Canada 3 Followers 6 Discussions
St. Catharines, Canada 21 Followers 21 Discussions
Sudbury, Canada 9 Followers 2 Discussions
Nanaimo, Canada 7 Followers 5 Discussions
Burlington, Canada 18 Followers 34 Discussions
Toronto, Canada 53 Followers 66 Discussions

Other Related Content

Mar 09, 2022

Access MBA to Hold Info Events in the US and Canada

News Mar 09, 2022

MBA Applications: What to do About Low Work Experience

Article Jan 12, 2016

Business schools don't like to admit students with less than two years of experience--but they will if a candidate really shines.

Hot Discussions