Should I opt for a Full time MBA/PGDM or an Executive MBA?

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  • Posted by Great Lakes on 01/20/17 9:45am

    Hello, i am a 24 year old guy currently earning 40k per month. I have 3 years of job experience. I am confused whether I should take a break from work and pursue for a Full Time MBA/PGDM program or wait for another 2 years and pursue an Executive MBA.

    • Posted by Thomas Graf on 01/20/17 9:32pm

      Hi there,

      the Executive MBA is the wrong program for you. Check out my articles at https://www.mba-compass.com/knowledge-mba-compass/fulltime-mba-part-time-mba-executive-mbaoverview.

      Best wishes,
      Thomas

      By Thomas Graf

    • Posted by Sandeep Sharma on 06/23/17 7:53am

      The answer depends on your working experience vastly. If you are a fresher, then it is highly advisable to complete your full time MBA course before starting with your job. But in case if you are already into job and have a good many years of experience such as about 5 years or so, then executive MBA is a good choice from a reputed institute like ITM Institute.

  • Posted by Kamal Nair on 06/13/19 2:00pm

    Executive MBA. An EMBA, or an Executive Master of Business Administration, is also a two-year program, but it's aimed at business executives with five years' managerial experience. The average age of students ranges from 32 to 38 years old. EMBA students face faster-paced classes, but they cover the same material. You can enquire from ITM Institute for Executive MBA or PGDM Course.

  • Posted by saurabh das on 06/18/19 2:58pm

    "According to me the best institute to learn the post graduate diploma management means PGDM is the ITM University. They have very experienced faculty members, a big campus and all the convenient features. I suggest you to take admission there.