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Can I study a part-time or weekend MBA, as an Associate at a Big4 accounting firm? Would this be practically possible or hellish??
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Depends if you are sitting professional exams while an associate. Are you?

Edit to add - if working as an associate how much professional experience do you have? I'd be cautious of any MBA course which accepts you with less than a few years.
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Depends if you are sitting professional exams while an associate. Are you?

Edit to add - if working as an associate how much professional experience do you have? I'd be cautious of any MBA course which accepts you with less than a few years.
Consider the aspirant was recently ACA qualified, with 3 years experience and would be targeting schools such as Imperial (ik ICL accepts 3 years not sure about the others), Manchester, WBS. Do you think this would be feasible to complete alongside working as a full time Sr. Associate at a Big 4?
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Consider the aspirant was recently ACA qualified, with 3 years experience and would be targeting schools such as Imperial (ik ICL accepts 3 years not sure about the others), Manchester, WBS. Do you think this would be feasible to complete alongside working as a full time Sr. Associate at a Big 4?
Yes - tough going but other people have done it.
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