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Fresh graduates or experienced ones? - Forum
That's a good question and one that pops up in most of the MBA aspirants mind. All in all it all depends on your long term career objectives and life goals. While it is always good to go out to the real world and gain some real life experiences before you start your MBA adventure, continuing immediately after your undergrads also has it's own advantages. You are fresh and open to new ideas and experiments. Moreover it depends on what type of MBA programs you are looking for and what tests you want to undertake. Some tests require full time working experiences before you can undertake the exam. Do an assessment and then proceed.
All the best.
I agree. I think that both have their benefits. MBA programs (more than other grad programs), however tend to look for candidates with more work expereience
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