Many new graduates face the next big challenge in their educational path: deciding whether or not to continue their studies and complete an MBA.

There is high demand for MBA graduates. A large part of the value proposition for employers is soft skills, such as communication and critical analysis. These are developed during MBA programmes through debates, collaborative activities, case-study analyses and presentations.

Another great reason to study an MBA is to move up to a high-level management position or change industries. Without additional studies, this career change is next to impossible. As reported by Fortune, 40% of S&P 500 CEOs in any given year have an MBA. Many employers search specifically for MBA graduates in the hopes that they will grow with the organisation.

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