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Argument: MBA is equalizer; disadvantaged can excel after undergrad

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Professor Anthony Hopwood, dean of the Said Business School, Oxford University, said to the Independent: "It's an equaliser. If someone is born and bred in North Dakota and doesn't comes from a rich family, that person is generally going to go to the University of North Dakota for their first degree. However, the person can then move onto a major business school for an MBA."[1]

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