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Rep. of ESCP Europe and outlook for career change

 
#1 Rep. of ESCP Europe and outlook for career change
08/06/2009 13:59

ESCP

Hi guys,

I´m a senior con. with ca. 5 years exp. in management consulting (operations and performance focus)

I have a degree in business administration in Germany and am now considering to start an exec. MBA program at ESCP.

As it is a part-time engagement, I am thinking about the workload waiting for me, while continuing my consulting job and doing an exec. MBA.

Can anyone she some light on how they managed both together at the same time?

What should I evaluate with my company for this?

I want to step out of consulting business within the next 2-3 years to secure a rewarding industry job.

By the way I´m close to the 29. Am I too young to do a part time MBA where normally more senior people are boarding on for?

Is anyone here to comment on this? Maybe some alumni, who ran through the program already?

Regards,

eScP

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