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Virtually all of my classes relating to my major required projects that used real situations and real data from my employer. This gave me a chance to show what I could do, even if my full-time role didn't incorporate my education. It also gave me something to sell future employers.
The program should recruit students that have relevant work experience, and who know how to write and speak English. This will improve the overall learning experience so that the classroom contribution is not limited to one or two students.
I think that there is a focus on getting in and getting out, in terms of total time taken to finish the MBA. You can schedule yourself ferociously - which I did - and finish in an inordinately little amount of time. Doing this makes the program like a boot camp.
The school should strongly try to get more recruiters and internship placement to the campus.
The most unique aspects that I found were there were notable guest speakers in a few of my classes that were prominent in their respective fields. The classes offered a lot of flexibility around my work schedule.
It was a good program. My only issue is that we take a LOT of international students, especially from China. Group work with these students was odd, because almost none of them are working adults and because there is a language barrier. They were of a different echelon than the working students who were citizens.
As a student that works full time I would love to have greater support in finding companies that are looking for an individual who has work experience and an MBA.
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