Can I get admission in MBA with 3 years work experience?

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Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

YES! You can pursue an MBA abroad with three years of work experience, as most accredited business schools require the candidates to have at least 2-3 years of work experience to study MBA abroad. 


The ranked business colleges in the USA, Canada and Europe require 4-6 years of work experience. Most European schools require at least one year of work experience, while top schools in the US require approximately five years of job. Universities like Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, and others require 3-5 years of work experience. Universities like INSEAD, HEC, or LBS require 1 to 6 years of experience. These are the average work experience required. An MBA after a job is necessary for a foreign university, but the number of years varies.


            The basic eligibility requirements to study MBA abroad are given below:

A bachelor’s degree from a recognised university
Scores of GMAT and GRE
Language proficiency exam scores like IELTS, TOEFL, and PTE
Essays (if applicable)
Reference letters
Resume
           Some of the areas that will be considered by the B-schools abroad while considering the work experience are:

Leadership experience: A formal or professional job shall be considered by the B-schools. Remember that quality is more important than quantity. So, the leadership experience will be measured based on your impact on your organisation, clients, society, or yourself.
Skills: In any job, developing soft and technical skills is crucial. So, assess your skills carefully and showcase what skills your work has provided that could be transferred to both your MBA classroom and beyond.
Professional Maturity: This is a noteworthy attribute that shows how well you have developed while doing a job. By gaining professional maturity, you will be able to manage conflicts better and have the confidence to deal with teams of people worldwide.
             Let me know if you have any more questions, or you can directly contact an expert here.

 


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