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illumintai
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It could be a really stupid question.


After all MBA is a MASTER of Business Administration

BUT does any Business school or University have a MBA course

for people without a BSc or BA or any other undergraduate degree ??


I ll be getting my permenant residency(required for home fee) in 3 years.

As I cannot afford international tuition fee for undergraduate course

when I am waiting for that I might as well get a MBA IF POSSIBLE


please help
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You need to have work experience before you can do an MBA.
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(Original post by Vitriol)
You need to have work experience before you can do an MBA.

So... I dont need a degree ????

How much work experience ?? What kind of work ??
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Southampton doa course called MBA For Recent Graduates - but you nees a degree for that.
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Southampton doa course called MBA For Recent Graduates - but you nees a degree for that.

Can anyone suggest me anything to do( any sort of full time education) for couple of years that will help me later in business world ??
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Sorry, yes, you need a degree and business experience for the best courses.
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Having an MBA is so overrated nowadays, but it is still a demanding course. If you really want to succeed - you will put in 3 years effort into a Bachelors to prepare yourself properly for an MBA, so that you can get the best out of it.
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Yes, there are only a few decent MBA providers in the whole country.
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Cranfield, Warwick and LBS are possibly the best.
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Cranfield, Warwick and LBS are possibly the best.

There probably will be institutions that are willing to accept a student without a first degree but with a good deal of 'relevant experience'. They will look fav upon experience from a 'blue chip' firm. Of course the schools mentioned above will not accept anyone without a first degree, as they are extremely competitive. You may want to phone up admissions at a few of the other providers and ask, note, an MBA is very costly too.
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i thought postgrad mba's were available where no work experince was required....
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(Original post by matouwah)
i thought postgrad mba's were available where no work experince was required....
non that Im aware of
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