Episode 214: A Crash Course in MBA Program Types–Which Format Is Right for You?
MBA offerings come in all shapes and sizes—from full-time to part-time, at a candidate’s personal pace, over the course of a year or two or more. It sounds simple, but the landscape is admittedly quite complex. In this podcast episode, host Graham Richmond and special guest Chris Healey demystify the types of MBA programs out there to help you figure out what works best for your educational and career needs.
Chris Healey is the Head of MBA Marketing & Recruitment at Alliance Manchester Business School. Chris has 15 years of experience in graduate management education. He has implemented and developed marketing and recruitment strategies both domestically and internationally. He’s gained experience and insight globally, working with individual candidates as well as global corporates looking to attract, develop and retain talent, particularly in the banking, energy, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and telecommunication industries.
In this podcast episode, Graham and Chris go through:
- The basics of full-time vs. part-time MBAs
- The differences between MBA programs for young professionals, working professionals, and executives
- How MBA programs are delivered – online, in-person, hybrid
- The pacing of different MBA programs
- Misconceptions around how to pursue your MBA
- The range of MBA offerings at Alliance Manchester Business School
Tune in below to learn what you need to know about MBA opportunities:
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This episode was developed in partnership with Manchester AMBS. It was hosted by Graham Richmond and produced by Dennis Crowley. Thanks to all of you who’ve been joining us!