In short, no and yes.
If you haven’t already earned your eMBA, Brexit doesn’t mean you should change your decision to get a future eMBA, as the additional degree will always make you a more valuable candidate for the jobs you want as your career progresses. Don’t let current changes deter you from getting an eMBA, we still have a global economy, and an eMBA opens your opportunities much wider than an MBA or Baccalaureate degree. Consider opening your options as wide as possible by evaluating the global eMBA programs when you choose to make an investment in an eMBA
You’ve worked hard to achieve your goal of an eMBA. Brexit will influence the world economy and the global job market, the impact and timing of which remains to be seen. This makes it even more imperative to differentiate yourself from the competition for many years to come. Since the bureaucracy associated with travelling and working abroad may increase for British graduates, it’s wise to invest in a degree that makes you stand out from other European candidates. Your eMBA, especially a global eMBA, should be highlighted on your resume to provide added incentive for companies to combat the perception of forthcoming employment restrictions incurred as a result of Brexit, and clear your path for the jobs you want to pursue.
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