• Home
  • Colleges
  • Grad Schools
    • Business
    • Education
    • Engineering
    • Law
    • Medical
  • Best High Schools
  • Online Education
  • World Universities

Deferred Admissions Offers Safety Net for MBA Students

By securing a seat in b-school right after college, MBA students say they can take more risks.

College students may ease their stress by gaining early admission to b-school and then deferring while they gain work experience.
By SHARE

Gillian Kemmerer is one of the students who recently started the Young Talent Program.

"IESE is incredibly supportive of students who wish to pursue a master's or secondary degree in their undergraduate field before working and entering the MBA," says Kemmerer, a 2011 Columbia University graduate.

[Thinking of applying for an M.B.A.? See our Best Business Schools rankings.]

Kemmerer, who will begin her MBA at IESE after working for two full years, chose the Spanish school for its international focus and its emphasis on work experience.

"This program is designed for students committed to a challenging, international, fast-track into a management position," she says. "I recommend it with no hesitations to anyone who is looking to share their future with a wealth of like-minded individuals and a world-class institution."

Searching for a business school? Get our complete rankings of Best Business Schools.