MBA or MIM


Hello!

I am looking at business studies in the USA. I have a dilemma: MBA or MIM?

I understand that MIM is for people with no work experience. Myself I have 1 year of work experience.

I also understand that the value of the MIM is less than an MBA. That's why I really want to do an MBA. :)

But if I have to I will do an MIM. But from what I can see, there are not very many good MIM programs in the USA.

Can you please advise: is MIM or MBA better for me? And if MIM, at which US business school?

Thank you!!
Hello!

I am looking at business studies in the USA. I have a dilemma: MBA or MIM?

I understand that MIM is for people with no work experience. Myself I have 1 year of work experience.

I also understand that the value of the MIM is less than an MBA. That's why I really want to do an MBA. :)

But if I have to I will do an MIM. But from what I can see, there are not very many good MIM programs in the USA.

Can you please advise: is MIM or MBA better for me? And if MIM, at which US business school?

Thank you!!
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Duncan
What are your goals? Why the USA? A MiM at a good school is better than an MBA at a poor school. What is your GMAt ?
What are your goals? Why the USA? A MiM at a good school is better than an MBA at a poor school. What is your GMAt ?
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Ayon
If you are an international student then don't come to US for MBA unless it's from top 20 or so schools. The value of MBA or MiM is nothing compare to the value your skill set brings to the table. Search this form to find my post of skill gap.

US has good MS programs if that is something that interests you.
If you are an international student then don't come to US for MBA unless it's from top 20 or so schools. The value of MBA or MiM is nothing compare to the value your skill set brings to the table. Search this form to find my post of skill gap.

US has good MS programs if that is something that interests you.
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mba hipste...
If you're aiming for fall 2018 you might want to look at MBAs that recruit younger candidates, like SUNY Buffalo, Rollins (has an early start MBA) or Willamette in Oregon.

But an MiM from a school like Duke might look better on the resume. Would depend on a lot of things, including your goals, whether you plan on working in the US after graduation, etc.
If you're aiming for fall 2018 you might want to look at MBAs that recruit younger candidates, like SUNY Buffalo, Rollins (has an early start MBA) or Willamette in Oregon.

But an MiM from a school like Duke might look better on the resume. Would depend on a lot of things, including your goals, whether you plan on working in the US after graduation, etc.
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