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2nd MBA friendly b-schools

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2nd MBA friendly b-schools

Post Wed Jan 03, 2007 10:23 pm
Do any of you know the list of 2nd MBA friendly colleges?

the business schools that dont mind giving admission to MBA degree holders. Confused

i ll definitely come ur with something but i ask members first.

PLEASE provide the list.

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Post Mon Feb 12, 2007 11:09 am
I know that the term "2nd MBA friendly school" has flaw in itself.

Because no school is 2nd MBA friendly; you have to sell your case their. you have to show enough reasons for why you want to do MBA once again.
Some schools are open to know your story. and some schools are reluctant, they just throw away the application forthwith (well not that harsh though ...Wink ) but still there are some schools who do not prefer students who already have done their MBA.

I am compiling the list of both types of schools...
help me If you know some already Smile

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Post Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:47 am
well one of my ffriend had an mba from iim calcutta then went on 2 darden!!!??? so cant clearly conclude that darden is second mba frinedly but its possible atleast if u want 2 have a career change !!!???wat u guys say?

and another friend from iitb{mehta} wanted to get into diff carreer track she had applied to some schools this fall only so will tell ya after asking which schools were 'friendly' 2 her.

and read on ucla's site that their mba isnt for second mba seekers Sad

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Post Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:33 pm
Guys,
I don't want to sound harsh here, but why the heck are you going through a second MBA? Did you do poorly on your first attempt?

I can't imagine any good reason for going through this again, nor do I see how it would make you more competitive.
As an engineer, getting two engineering degrees, or three or four would probably be frowned upon rather then embraced...

It just doesn't add up.

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Post Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:11 pm
I presume that you are not from India, otherwise you wouldn t have raised this doubt.

Anyway, you will realise the importance of this topic once its finished.
I ll reply to you later thanks. Smile

... dont worry i have all answers of them even before starting the thread, just that i want people to do some research on it.

btw cooldude & me, both dont have MBA. Wink
...v r just discussing Laughing

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Post Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:49 pm
aim-wsc wrote:
I presume that you are not from India, otherwise you wouldn t have raised this doubt.
agree fully
if u r an mba
here employers wld say- son mba or degree doesnt mttter its ur attitude and mind sharpness and compatibility etc etc

if u r not they say -

i cant hire u when so many mbas r applying for this job !!!!!!!errrrrr!??????????? Rolling Eyes

here branding is most import thing Crying or Very sad i meant brand of ur flashy degrees Sad

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