September 6, 2012

The High Cost and Big Payoff of Part-time Programs

Karina Ling had never thought of herself as a morning person. Yet, twice a week, she’d voluntarily wake up at 4:30 a.m. to begin getting ready for class. A student of Rotman School of Management’s Morning MBA, a program that caters to professionals, Ling would attend a morning lecture before heading to her full-time job. Her evenings were dedicated to completing readings, group work and assignments, as well as attending club meetings or speaker series. For three years, Ling followed this arduous routine in order to complete her MBA.

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