Which MBA is beneficial for a candidate having 15 years of work experience?

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    GIRISH SESHAMANI | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Assuming that you are financially stable, you should look at doing a one year full time Executive PGDM program from a reputed B School. It will give you lot of leverage
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    YASHRAJ BEHERA | Contributor-Level 9

    8 years ago
    With 15 years of experience go for ISB, or IIM-A,B,C not below that
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,As per your query pursuing executive MBA program would be the best option for you.Executive MBA programs are typically designed for working professionals. The Executive MBA course spans over a year where the programs utilises the team approach to disburse the learning’s. The course works in groups and enables each person to learn for each other’s experiences. Thus there is diverse sharing of practical knowledge on various topics which results in a very informative and challenging learning experience. Executive MBA students are usually in the mid-stage of their career. They may be earning an executive MBA to increase their career option... view more

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