While good grades in prior studies are advantageous, we recognise that in many cases the degrees were undertaken a decade or more ago when different priorities may have existed, and that past performance during a different stage of life is not necessarily a good predictor of future performance at a graduate level. We also recognise that different education systems recognise different grade levels as constituting ‘good’ or even ‘excellent’ performance. In essence, past performance is considered as part of the ranking process, but the longer ago the degree was undertaken, the less weighting it is given and the more weight we give to work experience and achievements.
How will my previous university experience count towards my MBA application?
Updated 16/04/2018 01.12 PM
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