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A consultant paid $20,000 for a part-time MBA and got job offers from Apple, EY, and HP after graduating — here’s why she said her degree was worth it


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Lisa Andrea, 32, knew exactly what she wanted to do after college: She wanted to pursue her MBA, become a certified public accountant, and work for a Big Four accounting firm.

“That was my dream,” Andrea, who asked to use a different last name in compliance with her company, told Insider.

But with student loans to cover, she decided to take on a full-time role right after school — having graduated in under four years — save some money, and build up her résumé.

After two years of working in marketing, she enrolled in a part-time MBA program details ⇒

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