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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally-recognized graduate-level degree that develops the skills required for careers in business and management. The value of the MBA, however, is not limited strictly to the business world. An MBA can also be useful for those pursuing a managerial career in the public sector, as well as government and the nonprofit sectors.

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There are several different types of MBA programs to choose from, whether full-time or part-time, online or in-person. In the US, the birthplace of the MBA and where the qualification remains essential for many business and management roles, it is still primarily a two-year degree taken full-time with students pursuing an internship during the summer between the first and second years

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When it comes to the academic experience, most MBA programs of any type will include a “core” curriculum of subjects that students are required to take. This gives candidates a solid and broad foundation in general management concepts and all the key disciplines: accounting and finance; leadership and organizational behavior; marketing; technology and operations management; strategy; economics; entrepreneurship and innovation.

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Admissions to business school are competitive. Quality schools generally require that candidates have at least three years of professional work experience before starting an MBA program. Traditionally, applicants have been asked to submit a standardized test score such as the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), but many schools have now made admissions testing optional.