MBA dual degree programs combine an MBA with others (such as an MS, MA, or a JD , etc.) to let students cut costs (dual programs usually cost less than pursuing 2 degrees separately), save time on education and to tailor the business education courses to their needs. This is generally achieved by allowing core courses of one program count as electives in the other. Some business schools offer programs in which students can earn both a bachelor's degree in business administration and an MBA in five years.
Some Cambridge MBA blogs:
– University of Cambridge MBA Judge-ment Day
– Cambridge MBA Judge Business School Interview with Admissions Director
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