working during an MBA


emsis

I am wondering about the feasibility of working part-time during a full-time MBA program. I would like to apply for top business schools like Michigan Ross and Duke but I simply cannot afford the costs. Working would allow me to make some extra cash which would go a long way towards affording the programs.

I am wondering about the feasibility of working part-time during a full-time MBA program. I would like to apply for top business schools like Michigan Ross and Duke but I simply cannot afford the costs. Working would allow me to make some extra cash which would go a long way towards affording the programs.
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Duncan

No, that's just not going to happen at a top-tier school. They won't allow it, and you just won't have the time. When you are not sleeping, you'll be studying or networking. Save, borrow and apply for scholarships.

No, that's just not going to happen at a top-tier school. They won't allow it, and you just won't have the time. When you are not sleeping, you'll be studying or networking. Save, borrow and apply for scholarships.
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ralph

I am not sure about Ross and Fuqua, but I know that NYU Stern offers students opportunities to do teaching or graduate fellowships; students can be admissions ambassador, teaching assistants, or career coaches. By doing this you get something like $20,000 towards your tuition; that's nothing to scoff at but it also depends on how much of a time commitment it ends up being.

I am not sure about Ross and Fuqua, but I know that NYU Stern offers students opportunities to do teaching or graduate fellowships; students can be admissions ambassador, teaching assistants, or career coaches. By doing this you get something like $20,000 towards your tuition; that's nothing to scoff at but it also depends on how much of a time commitment it ends up being.
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