Best MBA for little work experience/Freelance


Hi,

I'm from the Caribbean and I've got 6 months of Full-Time employed experience in the financial sector and I'm going on about 8 months of work as an independent management consultant for small businesses. I took a year off after college to do the GMAT and take a break before I found a job. I only managed to score a 650 in that, But I'm Aiming for a 680-700 in a retake. I know that my odds aren't great, but I'd like to know some of the better MBA's in Europe and Canada for a candidate with my kind of work/freelance experience.

Hi,

I'm from the Caribbean and I've got 6 months of Full-Time employed experience in the financial sector and I'm going on about 8 months of work as an independent management consultant for small businesses. I took a year off after college to do the GMAT and take a break before I found a job. I only managed to score a 650 in that, But I'm Aiming for a 680-700 in a retake. I know that my odds aren't great, but I'd like to know some of the better MBA's in Europe and Canada for a candidate with my kind of work/freelance experience.
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Duncan

Better business schools won't admit you to MBA programmes, because they have masters in management degrees for people with less than a few years managerial experience: Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783

Better business schools won't admit you to MBA programmes, because they have masters in management degrees for people with less than a few years managerial experience: Which MSc's are better than pre-experience 'Freshers' MBAs? www.find-mba.com/board/22783
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Yeah, you'd need at least three years of work experience for a decent MBA program to consider you. In Canada, UBC Sauder's MiM program is strong, and the only one in the country ranked by the FT. The USA has no shortage of options of MiM programs aimed at those with little to no work experience: MIT's MSMS program, Kellogg's MS in Management Studies program, Fuqua's MMS program, etc.

Yeah, you'd need at least three years of work experience for a decent MBA program to consider you. In Canada, UBC Sauder's MiM program is strong, and the only one in the country ranked by the FT. The USA has no shortage of options of MiM programs aimed at those with little to no work experience: MIT's MSMS program, Kellogg's MS in Management Studies program, Fuqua's MMS program, etc.
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