Different types of MBA programs

Beyond Full-Time MBA Programs – 5 More Type of MBA Programs

We mostly hear about Full-Time MBA programs. But there are others as well, which may be a better fit for you depending on your unique situation and may also be more cost effective. And these other MBA programs aren’t on fringes in terms of applicants considering them.

According to GMAC (2015) mba.com Prospective Students Survey, only 40% of MBA aspirants are considering a full-time two-year MBA.

Specialized master's programs vs. MBA

Which One Is for You – Specialized Master’s or MBA?

Do you know that specialized master’s programs such as Master of Finance (MF) and Master in Management (MM) are steadily climbing popularity charts as their appeal to certain segment of applicants grow?

According to Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) 2015 Prospective Students Survey, the interest of prospective students in MBA and specialized master’s programs was as follows:

1-year or 2-year? [Infographic]

Torn between 1-year and 2-year MBA programs, “Which one to apply to?”

If that’s the case, then you are not in minority. According to 2015 mba.com Prospective Students Survey, a product of Graduate Management Admission Council, the owner of GMAT, the preference is almost evenly split between the two (in a sample size of more than …

MBA vs. Specialized Master’s Programs: Trends

If you’ve just started to think about a business degree, then you may get confused by plethora of options offered by B-schools these days.

There are myriad of MBA programs (full-time two-year, full-time one-year, part-time, flexible, online, executive, and joint degree) and specialized master’s programs (accounting, finance, management, marketing, international management, supply chain management, data analytics, and so on) to choose from.

Of these, which are more preferred?