Posted by - thomas.graf - on 20 March 2020 - 9:05am
for you reading my guidebook Business Masters - How you find the best Master in Management and MBA would make a lot of sense.
It would help you clarifying some misunderstandings and misleading thoughts such as "would prefer a MiM over an MBA" - there is no preference of a MIM over an MBA as these are two different types of programs and you can do both.
It would help you clearly understand your options: You have no work experience right now - hence, you can ignore advanced / post-experience Masters at all (e.g., the MBA or postexperience Masters in specific business areas. Instead, the MIM or specialized pre-experience Masters are your options.
It would give you guidance on how to find out what is important for you now and help you analyze specific programs - then you would easier find a decision regarding your three directions (mentioned above).
Feel welcome to come back here if you have read it thoroughly.
Best wishes,Thomas Graf
Founder of the MIM CompassAuthor of the MIM eBooks
Posted by - Frederik07 - on 18 March 2020 - 8:28pm
Hey there,First off, huge thanks to answering all our questions. This forum is a nice help for people like me who are unsure.However, i still have a question.
I am 22 now and have a bachelor in computer science. Now i want to gather more business/management experience and would prefer a MiM over an MBA.But i have only a 3.3/4 GPA, no work experience yet and still have to work on my GMAT. (Toefl is 101, so no problem with that)
Now im thinking about what i should do. I consider the following options:
I am pretty worried because i dont want to make the wrong decision here. Would be really glad if you could help me with that or provide some insights about what option you may find more appealing, less risky etc..
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