Types of MBA programs
Although the typical full-time MBA program is still a popular choice, there are now many different MBA programs available. Business schools provide a variety of MBA programs that are tailored to distinct student profiles.
For students who are just starting their careers or who are in the middle of one and are considering a total career shift, the full-time MBA program provides the first immersive on-campus experience. The most well-known two-year full-time MBA program is provided by the exclusive M7 Business Schools and is most popular in the United States.
Although full-time MBAs exist in a number of formats, the one-year MBA is particularly well-liked in Europe and Asia since it offers an expedited experience and less time away from the office. While London Business School offers multiple departure points after 15, 18, or 21 months of study, INSEAD’s MBA may be finished in just 10 months.
You may work and study while pursuing a part-time MBA, saving you the potential cost of attending a full-time school as well as your pay. Part-time MBA courses sometimes combine online and in-person instruction, taking place in the evenings, on weekends, or in flexible modular forms.