Can I do a MBA ?


Hello Everyone,

I did an Engineer School (technical) and I am currently an engineer in France for a french vhl company.
I would like to change from technical to financial/management and still having some technical aspect (head of department for instance).

I am working since 2014 (5 years now) and I have 31 years old. I have so many questions :
Can I subscribed for a MBA ?
Would it be possible to find a company in US or Japan for funding my MBA ?

Thanks a lot,
Sincerely yours,
Hello Everyone,

I did an Engineer School (technical) and I am currently an engineer in France for a french vhl company.
I would like to change from technical to financial/management and still having some technical aspect (head of department for instance).

I am working since 2014 (5 years now) and I have 31 years old. I have so many questions :
Can I subscribed for a MBA ?
Would it be possible to find a company in US or Japan for funding my MBA ?

Thanks a lot,
Sincerely yours,
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Yes, you can do an MBA. Typically you would just need at least three years of work experience, along with a solid undergraduate degree and a GMAT score. Plus letters of recommendation and some other odds and ends.

No, you will generally not find a company to fund your MBA. If you're working for a firm already, maybe they have some funding opportunities. Ask them? Some companies cover part-time education options for their employees.

However, if you're thinking about of making such a large career shift, you'll most likely want to do a full-time MBA. If this is the case, I doubt you'll find any funding beyond what the business schools provide and other external scholarships you might be eligible.
Yes, you can do an MBA. Typically you would just need at least three years of work experience, along with a solid undergraduate degree and a GMAT score. Plus letters of recommendation and some other odds and ends.

No, you will generally not find a company to fund your MBA. If you're working for a firm already, maybe they have some funding opportunities. Ask them? Some companies cover part-time education options for their employees.

However, if you're thinking about of making such a large career shift, you'll most likely want to do a full-time MBA. If this is the case, I doubt you'll find any funding beyond what the business schools provide and other external scholarships you might be eligible.
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