Flight attadent looking for MBA


I'm a 23 years old i just got my BA in Economics and Management I have 2 years of associative work/ volunteer work and 11 months of internships , currently i m applying for qatar airways to work as cabin crew ( flight attendant ) I really need some information because I m still conflicted should I apply for Master of Science in International Business Administration in germany or go ahead and work for qatar airways either way I would want to study my MBA after 4 years and i don't know is a flight attanedant 3 or 4 years work experience is relevent or not when it comes to MBA
I'm a 23 years old i just got my BA in Economics and Management I have 2 years of associative work/ volunteer work and 11 months of internships , currently i m applying for qatar airways to work as cabin crew ( flight attendant ) I really need some information because I m still conflicted should I apply for Master of Science in International Business Administration in germany or go ahead and work for qatar airways either way I would want to study my MBA after 4 years and i don't know is a flight attanedant 3 or 4 years work experience is relevent or not when it comes to MBA
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Duncan
What are your goals? Why Germany? What a business degree?
What are your goals? Why Germany? What a business degree?
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mba hipste...
Yes, business schools will consider any full-time work experience as 'relevant.'

They'll also be looking for 'quality' - not just the number of years. So, it would be ideal if you were to make career progress over those years: get promotions, maybe even begin supervising others. The higher quality experience you can get, the easier it will be for you to connect your previous experience with your post-MBA goals - something that you should already be thinking about.
Yes, business schools will consider any full-time work experience as 'relevant.'

They'll also be looking for 'quality' - not just the number of years. So, it would be ideal if you were to make career progress over those years: get promotions, maybe even begin supervising others. The higher quality experience you can get, the easier it will be for you to connect your previous experience with your post-MBA goals - something that you should already be thinking about.
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