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Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA

 
#1 Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
08/05/2012 13:55

briankg88

Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA

What shall I opt? and why??

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#2 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
09/05/2012 14:32

marsday to briankg88 (#1)

first you were asking about hotels and tourism, then about jobs in IT, now about f/t or p/t MBAs.

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#3 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
09/05/2012 14:41

baykus to marsday (#2)

Pretty sure this is some kind of chatbot / ELIZA clone.

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#4 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
11/05/2012 05:32

Jag Rawat to briankg88 (#1)

Depends on your personal circumstances. If you are getting a sponsorship from a company you are already engaged in, why not. Otherwise, if money is no objective go for a full time MBA.

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#5 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
04/06/2012 14:55

Lloydy to briankg88 (#1)

Having just completed a FT MBA at Southampton Uni - pending dissertation and exam results - I would recommend the FT option.

My reasons for saying this is the amount of additional reading and home/group work that some MBA courses require you to do. Trying to do all this work alongside a FT job can be a real challenge due to demands on your time, so removing any distractions is very beneficial. Having spent 2yrs studying PT with the Open Uni, I decided FT was the way to go.

Also if you are self funding your MBA, like I did, you will want to make sure you don't waste your money by failing to put in 100% because of outside distractions.

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#6 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
15/06/2012 16:49

unizm1980 to briankg88 (#1)

If you have the capacity to study full time, then it would be better to do it full time. Because, taking an MBA is no joke. If you encounter office problems during the course, then this might hinder you from completing your MBA. But my other advice to you is that before even deciding full or part time, think a million times if you need an MBA in your career. Because, if your not even sure if you need it, then you won't even just waste your money, you will also be wasting your time and effort. http://www.whymba.com.sg/top-reasons-to-take-mba-courses/

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#7 RE: Full time MBA v/s Part time MBA
28/06/2012 12:23

headhuntable to unizm1980 (#6)

yes i agree with you , MBA is not a joke actually any professional study need proper attention & focus.

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