Will universities consider a top-up BBA degree (3rd year only) for MBA admission?

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by TheEternalLearner, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. TheEternalLearner

    TheEternalLearner New Member


    In the UK and France, you can be admitted to a 3rd year bachelor degree provided you have the aptitudes and extensive professional experience. This what I have done and was able to achieve top marks in my 3rd year Bachelor of Business Administration from a top ranked French Business School (AMBA + EQUIS accredited). Now, I would like to apply for a North-American MBA and was wondering if my degree would be questioned or rejected. What do you think? Any similar experience?

  2. nyvrem

    nyvrem Active Member

    i personally know someone with a BBA from Essec Business School who is doing her MBA in US. She did have some work experience. I also know friends who studied in UK and obtained their 3 year degrees and went on to do their MBA's in the US. i don't see why it's not possible. If you have worries, drop some of the US universities in mind and ask them about it.
  3. TheEternalLearner

    TheEternalLearner New Member

    nyvrem, Thanks!!!!
  4. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

    When I took my MSQA there was a woman with a three year bachelor degree. At first the university did not want to accept her until they found out she had several A-levels. That allowed her entrance into the program.

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