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IŽm thinking about starting my MBA in November 2003. But, it could be, that IŽll start a new job in January 2004. Does it make sence to start now or is it better to wait a few months until settled in the new job?
Hello,IŽm thinking about starting my MBA in November 2003. But, it could be, that IŽll start a new job in January 2004. Does it make sence to start now or is it better to wait a few months until settled in the new job?

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What is the benefit of an MBA having a diploma in Business Administration.Thank you
Andy
Answer from Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge: This is a very difficult questions to answer, but I will try.Firstly, we are currently full for our September 03 start so there is no chance of being accepted onto our programme.If however you are looking for general advice, I'd say , you need to access whether your new position starting Jan 04 is the right thing for your career at the moment, or whether starting an MBA is the right thing. This is something only you can decide.I am sorry but I didn't understand the second part of your question.LouiseAnswer from London Business School:Andy,Our MBA strarts in September every year. You should work for as long as poossible up to that start date.Regards
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Answer from Said Business School, University of Oxford:Dear AndyAre you enquiring about the full time MBA, or the Executive (part time) MBA?Alison OwenAnswer from Cranfield:Hi AndyI assume that you are planning to study part-time? It depends where you are planning to study. The Cranfield MBA part-time and modular options both involve time out of the office spent at Cranfield, so you would need the support of your employer. Also, both options have only one intake in January - you wouldn't be able to start here in November.As far as Cranfield is concerned, a diploma in business administration would only be useful to you if you do not have an academic degree. It would not count as equivalent to a degree, but it might strengthen your application, although you would also need to fulfil the entry requirements with regard to work experience. If you do have the equivalent to a UK bachelors degree and the appropriate work experience, then in my opinion a diploma would be a waste of your time.Maureen Williams
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