MBA and part time job


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Hello

Is there an MBA in reputed school in uk that doesn't have lectures every day and allows you to have a part time job?

Thanks
Hello

Is there an MBA in reputed school in uk that doesn't have lectures every day and allows you to have a part time job?

Thanks
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Duncan
Full time MBAs will require attendance every day. Because of the huge volume of group work, you will need to attend even if there is a day when you don't have a lecture.

With a part time MBA, then you could work simultaneously.
Full time MBAs will require attendance every day. Because of the huge volume of group work, you will need to attend even if there is a day when you don't have a lecture.

With a part time MBA, then you could work simultaneously.
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Razors Edg...
Some people find time during a full-time MBA for work - working at night for flexible internet-based work for example, but in general the workload in a full-time program, not to mention other obligations like networking events, etc., can be intense.
Some people find time during a full-time MBA for work - working at night for flexible internet-based work for example, but in general the workload in a full-time program, not to mention other obligations like networking events, etc., can be intense.
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Duncan
When I was a full-time student in the MBA at Tuck, I worked halftime. I'd wake up around 5 and then work through to 8.30 or so, before classes, and then I could get an hour in the late evening to pick up on the day's email. That was really hard, especially since I was living in student halls where people didn't typically sleep at 9. That really limited my ability to contribute fully to study groups, to network or simply to make friendships. I simply didn't have enough time to go as deeply as my classmates into the cases, and it showed in the classroom and in study groups and project teams. I can't recommend it. If you wnat to work then take a part-time MBA that is designed for people who work.
When I was a full-time student in the MBA at Tuck, I worked halftime. I'd wake up around 5 and then work through to 8.30 or so, before classes, and then I could get an hour in the late evening to pick up on the day's email. That was really hard, especially since I was living in student halls where people didn't typically sleep at 9. That really limited my ability to contribute fully to study groups, to network or simply to make friendships. I simply didn't have enough time to go as deeply as my classmates into the cases, and it showed in the classroom and in study groups and project teams. I can't recommend it. If you wnat to work then take a part-time MBA that is designed for people who work.
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