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Hi, I'm aiming to go to Harvard to do my MBA in Business when I'm 21 after I finish my undergrad degree at Warwick. Will there be much post-grad first year students around my age who I can socialise with or is there not much students around my age there? Thanks. Just wanted to know so I can have an idea on what the social life will be like.
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Are you really intending to apply for a HBS MBA with less than 3 years of post graduation career experience?
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Are you really intending to apply for a HBS MBA with less than 3 years of post graduation career experience?
Yep. I just want to get the masters as soon as possible honestly and they did say you cam do it without the years of experience.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi, I'm aiming to go to Harvard to do my MBA in Business when I'm 21 after I finish my undergrad degree at Warwick. Will there be much post-grad first year students around my age who I can socialise with or is there not much students around my age there? Thanks. Just wanted to know so I can have an idea on what the social life will be like.
You might be in the same class as me. I also want to go to Harvard or Yale though to do Business and Law but obviously because I'm only currently doing Business I dont know if I'd be able to which is why I asked a question on here too about it. How are you finding it at Warwick? For me I think it's okay. For nightlife its not the best but for the main thing which is Business it's one of the best in the UK so I'm happy I came here.
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You might be in the same class as me. I also want to go to Harvard or Yale though to do Business and Law but obviously because I'm only currently doing Business I dont know if I'd be able to which is why I asked a question on here too about it. How are you finding it at Warwick? For me I think it's okay. For nightlife its not the best but for the main thing which is Business it's one of the best in the UK so I'm happy I came here.
Definitely would agree with you on that. For Business Warwick is so good. Maybe second after UCL in the UK but the student life obviously isnt as good as it would be in London for example where most of my friends live. At least it's a lot cheaper here than it is in London. And yeah I'm enjoying Business so far.
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If this isn't a troll post, then God help you. Lol.

1. You're definitely not getting in for an MBA at Harvard straight after your undergrad. No, not 2, 3 or even 4 years after your undergrad either. Or, 5.

2. Not even sure why you're asking about Harvard's postgraduate social life on a student forum that's entirely occupied by high school students in Britain.
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If this isn't a troll post, then God help you. Lol.

1. You're definitely not getting in for an MBA at Harvard straight after your undergrad. No, not 2, 3 or even 4 years after your undergrad either. Or, 5.

2. Not even sure why you're asking about Harvard's postgraduate social life on a student forum that's entirely occupied by high school students in Britain.
Harvard said on their website though that you dont need to have worked somewhere for a few years for experience to get in though meaning that surely it is possible. I just want to do the MBA straight away honestly instead of waiting a few years. Personally I want to get all my qualifications as soon as possible which is why I really want to do it at 21. And it's not entirely filled with British high school students to be fair.
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Harvard said on their website though that you dont need to have worked somewhere for a few years for experience to get in though meaning that surely it is possible. I just want to do the MBA straight away honestly instead of waiting a few years. Personally I want to get all my qualifications as soon as possible which is why I really want to do it at 21. And it's not entirely filled with British high school students to be fair.
You've still got a vanishingly small chance of getting onto an MBA course at Harvard, and if by some fluke you did, they'd absolutely wipe the floor with you. it would be a complete waste of your time and money. An MBA is designed to build on past experience. If you went there with no professional experience you'd just sit there silent in the class with nothing to contribute. It's a complete waste of money to do an MBA before you've established a career.
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