Sun 13 April 2008, Financial Times

One year or two?

By Neil Courtis
Like practitioners of extreme sports, MBA students go to great lengths to persuade friends, family and future employers what a punishing experience they are undergoing. Business school is – we all find ourselves saying – “intense”. This incantation obscures the fact that some MBA courses, including almost all those taught in the US, take two years, while most in Europe take one.

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