How online MBAs are winning over employers by degrees

Traditional campus degrees and good grades have long been proxies for the kind of cognitive skills required for jobs in knowledge industries. But many say being an online student has its benefits, too, and companies and MBA recruiters are starting to catch on to that. Plus, schools are beginning to address their concerns.

In this article on Financial Times March 4, 2018:

We had the same level of career support as campus students. They helped me to align my story with the job, which was pivotal to getting it.

— Andrew Stevens is a 2016 graduate of the two-year W. P. Carey MBA .

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