I'd like to pursue an MBA in the near future. I have a BA in Political Science but my work experience is totally irrelevant: working in a small hostel for a few years. Would this restrict my chances of getting into a decent program, or is there still hope if the application itself is very high quality?
Irrelevant/unrelated work experience, big problem?
Decent is a very relative term. What are your goals? In a small hostel you could have have wide, valuable experience. Will you take the GMAT?
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