hey can we take a break from job to do mba,is it possible


0 56 Views | Posted 2011-09-11 12:33:12
Asked by naman kohli

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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-11 16:15:14
    Yes you can take a break form your job to do MBA through regular mode of education. But before doing that I suggest you seek permission from your employer to do so and find out if there is any provsion in the company to allow 'leave without pay' for higher education. If it is not then you may find out if you can be absorbed in the same company after completing your MBA. If that is also not confirmed then before opting to leave the job for MBA you need to be quite certain that with MBA you will be able to get a better job quicker.
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    bhupinder singh raina | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-11 14:31:24
    why don't u go for MBA(non-attending case).this way, u can do regular MBA and continue your job also.
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    Tabrez Ahmed

    2011-09-11 13:35:10
    Hey y do u wana lev your job try out St Hopkins College Of Management it gives a earn while you learn program it conducts clases on sat and sun and lets u work on week days
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    Ankit | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-09-11 12:37:09
    Ya its Possible mostly management colleges or Top management colleges mostly prefers Students Who have 1-2 years or more of Work Experience . Even in ISB Hyderabad you Must have 3 years of Work Experience.
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-11 12:36:19
    If you want to continue your job as well as pursue degree, you have 3 options
    1. Executive MBA
    2. Part-time MBA
    3. Distance education

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