Thursday, August 10, 2006

BusinessWeek says MBA programs looking more at younger applicants

The unwritten rule for applicants to top MBA programs is that you have to have experience to get into the top programs. The average age at many top schools is 26-28, implying that most students have 4-6 years of experience before they start. According to BusinessWeek that may be changing, and some schools will even take students right out of undergrad.


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