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Some weeks ago I've finished "Bachelor of Textile and Clothing Management" studies. Now I would like to continue with a MBA but I know that nearly all MBA programmes require work experience. However, my "work experience" is only 3 months as a practical course during my studies. Do I have any chances to start any MBA in the next time???
Some weeks ago I've finished "Bachelor of Textile and Clothing Management" studies. Now I would like to continue with a MBA but I know that nearly all MBA programmes require work experience. However, my "work experience" is only 3 months as a practical course during my studies. Do I have any chances to start any MBA in the next time???

Answer from London Business School:

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We require at least 2-3 years work experience before you can join the programme. We want our students to add value to the very diverse class through a learning environment that encourages classroom and group contributions relating back to first hand work experience.

Please see www.london.edu/mba for details

Answer from Said Business School:

Thank you for your e-mail. We do suggest that you need 1 - 2 years work experience, this enables students to fully participate within the class, and also to acquire more from the course. However, exceptions can be made when a prospective student has particularly high academic achievement, is mature in outlook, and has leadership qualities. I hope this is of help to you.

Best wishes
Alison Owen

Answer Warwick Business School:

In order to be eligible for applying for the Warwick MBA it is necessary to have a minimum of 4 years (3 years for full-time study) employment experience showing managerial responsibility and career progression.

We would therefore be interested in hearing from you in around 2-3 years, and in the meantime wish you every success in your employment.

Yours sincerely
Diana Holton

Answer from Cranfield:

Not at Cranfield I'm afraid. The MBA is a qualification designed to build on the experience of the participants. You will find that all the top schools require some work experience, normally at least two years. This is also one of the requirements of the accreditation bodies.

Maureen Williams

Answer from Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge:

No I am afraid not. We ask for our students to have a minimum of 2 years. Good work experience allows you to reflect on your experiences while on the course and also to contribute at a high level into the course.

Louise

Answer Manchester Business School:
Unfortunately not. We require a minimum of three years relevant postgraduate experience. By relevant we mean good career progression and evidence of managerial experience.

Kind Regards
Kate Bradley

Answer from Ashridge:

Sorry, not at Ashridge - we do require a minimum of five years business experience. We will be pleased to hear from you in the future should you decide to delay your MBA studies.

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