I am wondering if you are familiar at all with the admissions process for HBS's executive education programs like the:
Advanced Management Program
General Management Program
Program for Leadership Development
Here are some of my stats:
Consultant for Technology advisory
Executive for Private Equity advisory
Senior VP for Private Equity Derivatives firm
President of a Private Equity Association with ~30 members managing ~20 billion.
~10 years as an executive (32 years old) in total
I can't find much information on any of the executive program's admission criteria/stats/anything!
My biggest concern is that I am too young, but I would like to do it now if possible. Also, the association that I am running is a non-profit, but I am pretty sure they accept these types of executives.
My first choice would be the Advanced Management Program, but if I cannot get into that, then I would settle for any of the others. I think I saw a stat saying that the average age for AMP is 45! Do I have a shot?
Please could you give me any information on their admission criteria or direction to where I could find more info on this?
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