"Fast Track" students can now return to work after 12 months

Germany's HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management has announced that it is introducing a new, flexible "track" system into its full-time MBA program.

MBA students can now choose from two tracks, the "Fast Track," and "Advanced Track," depending on their work experience and career goals.

The Fast Track is designed for students with substantial work experience who would like to return to work quickly. This format is 15 months long, but students can return to work after 12 months and work on the required thesis for the remainder of the time.

The Advanced Track format can last up to 21 months. During the second year of the program, students take additional elective classes, and can opt to do an internship and/or go on an international study trip. This format is "best suited for candidates who wish to spend more time building a professional network or have a bigger choice of elective courses," according to the school.

For more information, please see HHL's MBA webpage.

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