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The Deferred MBA or MBA 2+2 (Harvard, Stanford, Wharton…)

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MBA is a destination of many business students as they think that after an MBA they can gain the skills of the finest business person alongside managerial roles which is true, indeed.

However, the top deferred MBA or MBA 2+2 programs offered in the top 15 business schools are by Stanford GSB’s, Harvard, and Wharton including Yale Silver Scholars’ programs.

Wharton, on the other hand, had some problem with its initial program which was only available to undergraduate students but it been resolved since then, however, Wharton is encouraged to open other undergrad programs.

The Deferred MBA admission programs are specifically designed to secure the talent of young people along with their early career for example; Silver Scholars. Harvard 2+2 Program boosts up the GPA and increases the acceptance rates of students with standard HBS track programs.
All these ultimate competitive programs will make students ambitious and allow them to lock their seats by competing in the World’s top business schools such as Stanford BS, Wharton, Yale, and Harvard. Chicago Booth is also in this list of delivering MBA and MBA 2+2 programs with a high-quality education to his students.

All these business schools and universities are responsible for polishing the student’s business skills and make them competent in the world of banking, finance, networking, and marketing including the digital one.

These few pioneer schools offer practical application to their students including hand-on practicing and real-life experiences in the guidance of experts. They are also enlightened students with professional and specialized experts in the field from all over the world through a live session or by inviting them as a speaker. However, when most of the MBA and MBA 2+2 program expects students to invest their time of 3 to 6 years in the mainstream of the workforce before applying for the program.

These deferred admissions opportunities bestowed applicants by a guaranteed road to the MBA program without having any extensive experience in the field or career exposure. Moreover, these business schools make you an expert in the field and grants you the path of extensive hand-on knowledge which you can apply to the external world.
With the advent of other facilities and technology, these business schools provide quality education with easy admission criteria.

However, the test scores of GRE or GMAT assessment is a must requirement for the admission besides other academic records, referential letters, and personal statement. So, if you want to pursue your degree in deferred MBA or MBA 2+2 program, then increase your score grades and get enrolled in these business schools including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Wharton, and Chicago Booth. They all grant facilities to students with financial aids so then they can complete the MBA program with their jobs on.

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Dr Hubert Silly
Hubert (hubert@mbacentereurope.eu) is the Founder of MBA Center, an elite test prep and admission consulting organization collaborating with the best test prep centers in Europe and India. Over the last 24 years, Hubert has developed the World MBA Tour and co-founded ACCESS MBA. Hubert’s passion is teaching, though. Holder of a perfect 800, Hubert has trained thousands of GMAT students, written and developed over 50 TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS, SAT, and GMAT prep books, software and e-learning platforms. Hubert has the most impressive track record in the industry with 3,000+ MIM, MIF, MBA, EMBA, and Ph.D. students accepted in the best universities in the world such as Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, MIT, Columbia, Chicago, INSEAD, LBS, Oxford, Cambridge, HEC.