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I am 27 years old and work as a consultant (International Consulting Company). I?m interest in a Fulltime MBA Program and have a question about work experience. Every Business School count work experience different. Could you tell me how many years of work experience I have for your Business School?
Answer Cranfield School of Management:

We normally require the minimum three years' work experience to be post-qualification. However, looking at your pre-qualification experience, we would consider you for the Cranfield MBA programme.

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Answer Warwick Business School:

Dear Stephan
Your background to date is certainly suitable for full-time study for the Warwick MBA, though we do also require a GMAT score.
If you are interested in finding out more about full-time study at Warwick Business School, you are most welcome to contact sam.brook@wbs.ac.uk

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Answer Judge Institute of Management:

Thanks Stephan for your email,
On the information you have provided it seems that you would have sufficient work experience to qualify for our programme. We require two years minimum work experience and your military training and consultancy alone experience fullfill that requirement.
All the best in choosing an MBA school.
For more information please see our website http://www.jims.cam.ac.uk

Louise Freckelton

Answer Ashridge Business School

Hello Stephan

Thank you for your interest in Ashridge. We require a minimum of five year's business experience and from what you advise in your message, we will be pleased to consider you for entry to our Programme. The age range of Ashridge participants is 27 - 49

I hope this helps

Answer Manchester Business School

Dear Stephen,

Thank you for your enquiry. We require a minimum of three years relevant work experience after your undergraduate degree, with evidence of progression within a role. Without seeing your resume it would be difficult to say that you definately had the right work background. However, from the brief outline you have given you do appear to show evidence of good career progression.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you require any further information or assistance

Kind Regards
Kate Bradley
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