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MBA without work experience

Do any universities that offer MBA programmes consider applicants without work experience?
Answered by Alison Patterson
Most business schools consider real-world work experience to be a vital prerequisite for completing the course. However some will consider applicants without it. This just makes the rest of your application even more important. You'll need a really strong GMAT score, admissions essay, clear professional goals etc.

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