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MSc or MBA?

 
#1 MSc or MBA?
19/07/2006 18:13

MB to deleted (#0)

Hello,

Although I have asked this question somewhere else as a sidepoint to another query I had, I just wanted to raise the issue of MSc or MBAs.

Pros and cons of studying them and where would they take professionally. Why would one choose one over the other? And when in his professional career? My impression is that MScs tend to be undervalued with regards to MBAs.

Thank you,

Manuel

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#2 RE: MSc or MBA?
19/07/2006 18:30

RG to MB (#1)

Well, the main difference is presumably that you would tend to do an MSc straight after your undergrad, but work for 3-7 years before doing your MBA. The former is therefore more academic while the latter develops on experiences from your career. (I realise this is not always the case in the US where many students go to business school quite young). The former is not a late entry route into the consulting and IB jobs. Entry is not usually as competitive for the MSc.

Apart from that the most obvious difference is the cost!

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