Like the guys have all said, I find it hard to believe that you truly only have 10 minutes to train. Business leaders and CEOs can balance work, family, and legit training time, so you can figure out a better way. On the plus side, if you're studying for exams, you may find you actually perform better when you have the physical/mental outlet of a good workout a few days a week.
Neither would efficiently fit into a 10-minute window, considering the need for even the most basic general warm-up prior to hard lifting. But there are plenty of good plans that take 20-30 minutes, 2-4 days a week.
Also, if you really expect to be that busy, you're going to need to make sure your nutrition doesn't go to shit, either from general stress or "lack of time". Simplify meal prep (hard boil a ton of eggs once a week, cook rice/potatoes in a big batch, etc) and use the classic "protein shake and a piece of fruit" instead of grabbing fast food.