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I am about to graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, and have always been interested in pursuing a Master's degree. I've decided to put off immediately entering a post-graduate program and get some work experience first. I know there are several large companies that are well-known for financially supporting their employee's through graduate programs, and even go as far as advertising this on their recruitment pages.
My question is about whether I should mention the fact that I hope to pursue some sort of post-graduate education in an interview. Quite frankly, I don't know if mentioning it will reflect positively or negatively on me.
Ideally, it would be interpreted as me possessing a high amount of ambition, and a desire to move up within the company.
However, I'm afraid that mentioning it in an interview may unintentionally give the impression that I am not approaching the position in good faith, and simply leveraging it to get financial support through school.
EDIT: Although I can understand why this question can be interpreted as a duplicate at first, I believe it is fundamentally different and warrants it's own discussion. The main difference being I am talking about a company that has an established program for sponsoring employee's graduate studies, and advertises this program openly at recruitment events. This is very different than simply mentioning a desire to attend graduate school in a vague, open ended way during the interview.