diploma then MBA in ESLASCA business school


Good day,
I have seen this ad from ouda with scholarship to 1 of 4 diplomas in ESLASCA
(finance, HR, marketing, and business)
I have contacted them and here what i got:
1- 40% discount is the scholarship.

2- will study 1 diploma for a whole year, and then with certain graduation grades, i will be entitled to acquire their MBA with 15% discount scholarship.

3- i asked the guy about accreditation but he didn't have a clue.

4- I know that ESLASCA now a member in AACSB. does that make its certificate better than ARAB ACADEMY??
as both in the same price range.

5- Is the diploma study will help me in my career? If i didn't go for MBA.

6- am confused between marketing and business, which to choose? am a 14 years sales experience.

Thank you
Good day,
I have seen this ad from ouda with scholarship to 1 of 4 diplomas in ESLASCA
(finance, HR, marketing, and business)
I have contacted them and here what i got:
1- 40% discount is the scholarship.

2- will study 1 diploma for a whole year, and then with certain graduation grades, i will be entitled to acquire their MBA with 15% discount scholarship.

3- i asked the guy about accreditation but he didn't have a clue.

4- I know that ESLASCA now a member in AACSB. does that make its certificate better than ARAB ACADEMY??
as both in the same price range.

5- Is the diploma study will help me in my career? If i didn't go for MBA.

6- am confused between marketing and business, which to choose? am a 14 years sales experience.

Thank you
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Duncan
I assume you mean ESLSCA. It has no meaningful international accreditation. Anyone can join AACSB, so there is a big difference between joining it and being accredited. In the same way, anyone can join the mailing list at Harvard, but that is not having a Harvard degree. The Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport is also a member, but the AUC is the only accredited Egyptian school.

I notice that the main campus has rebranded as "ESLSCA Business School Paris" in order to make a clearer difference with the programmes in Egypt.

I suggest you read through the threads at https://find-mba.com/schools/europe/france/eslsca-paris/discussions and https://find-mba.com/schools/africa/egypt/aastmt/discussions
I assume you mean ESLSCA. It has no meaningful international accreditation. Anyone can join AACSB, so there is a big difference between joining it and being accredited. In the same way, anyone can join the mailing list at Harvard, but that is not having a Harvard degree. The Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport is also a member, but the AUC is the only accredited Egyptian school.

I notice that the main campus has rebranded as "ESLSCA Business School Paris" in order to make a clearer difference with the programmes in Egypt.

I suggest you read through the threads at https://find-mba.com/schools/europe/france/eslsca-paris/discussions and https://find-mba.com/schools/africa/egypt/aastmt/discussions
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Bottom line,
does any both of them worth the 70+ K EGP.
OR
it is just a waste of money
Bottom line,
does any both of them worth the 70+ K EGP.
OR
it is just a waste of money
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Duncan
Well, for a similar amount you could take the LSE BSc in management through the University of London international program.
Well, for a similar amount you could take the LSE BSc in management through the University of London international program.
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Well, for a similar amount you could take the LSE BSc in management through the University of London international program.


Can u please send me the link or more info?
[quote]Well, for a similar amount you could take the LSE BSc in management through the University of London international program. [/quote]

Can u please send me the link or more info?
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Duncan
https://london.ac.uk/lse
https://london.ac.uk/lse
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https://london.ac.uk/lse[/quote]

So, is it accredited?
[quote]https://london.ac.uk/lse[/quote]

So, is it accredited?
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Duncan
The University of London is one of the UK's oldest and most respected universities. It is fully accredited by the UK government, and by a 200-year old royal charter. The London School of Economics, which directs, teaches and assesses the course is part of the University of London. It is one of the world's ten mostly highly-respected schools of economics and business: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2019/subject-ranking/business-and-economics#!/page/0/length/25/sort_by/rank/sort_order/asc/cols/stats
The University of London is one of the UK's oldest and most respected universities. It is fully accredited by the UK government, and by a 200-year old royal charter. The London School of Economics, which directs, teaches and assesses the course is part of the University of London. It is one of the world's ten mostly highly-respected schools of economics and business: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings/2019/subject-ranking/business-and-economics#!/page/0/length/25/sort_by/rank/sort_order/asc/cols/stats
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But their own prospectus , declares the following :
"Accreditation by professional or statutory body
Not applicable"
But their own prospectus , declares the following :
"Accreditation by professional or statutory body
Not applicable"
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Duncan
Yes, it does not have supplimentary accredition by professional bodies, like the CIM, or statutory regulatory bodies, like the British Psychological Society. In the UK, there is no statutory regulatory body for managers. Here is a page mentioning some of those. http://www.bristol.ac.uk/academic-quality/approve/psrb/ clearly, none of these are appropriate for management degrees.

[Edited by Duncan on Oct 25, 2018]

Yes, it does not have supplimentary accredition by professional bodies, like the CIM, or statutory regulatory bodies, like the British Psychological Society. In the UK, there is no statutory regulatory body for managers. Here is a page mentioning some of those. http://www.bristol.ac.uk/academic-quality/approve/psrb/ clearly, none of these are appropriate for management degrees.
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Thanks for your supoort
Thanks for your supoort
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George Pat...
Can u please send me the link or more info?


Almost anything is better than Arab Academy and ESLSCA
University of London is indeed great choice because they have great prices for some countries, like yours.
They have many options you can check out. BSc, Graduate Diploma, MBA
Keep in mind it is distance learning.

Also it is academically rigorous, meaning you need to be prepared for serious studying to pass exams from LSE... so it may not be for you, since you could not even bother to find the link to the university
[quote] Can u please send me the link or more info? [/quote]

Almost anything is better than Arab Academy and ESLSCA
University of London is indeed great choice because they have great prices for some countries, like yours.
They have many options you can check out. BSc, Graduate Diploma, MBA
Keep in mind it is distance learning.

Also it is academically rigorous, meaning you need to be prepared for serious studying to pass exams from LSE... so it may not be for you, since you could not even bother to find the link to the university
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Can u please send me the link or more info?


Almost anything is better than Arab Academy and ESLSCA
University of London is indeed great choice because they have great prices for some countries, like yours.
They have many options you can check out. BSc, Graduate Diploma, MBA
Keep in mind it is distance learning.

Also it is academically rigorous, meaning you need to be prepared for serious studying to pass exams from LSE... so it may not be for you, since you could not even bother to find the link to the university


thanks for the info, you provided, which includes nothing new than Duncan already informed me about.
also i don't think your role here to judge the quality and qualifications of the inquiring members. we are helping each others, and passing info

and BTW, i can study the University of LONDON at Arab academy campus as well.
[quote][quote] Can u please send me the link or more info? [/quote]

Almost anything is better than Arab Academy and ESLSCA
University of London is indeed great choice because they have great prices for some countries, like yours.
They have many options you can check out. BSc, Graduate Diploma, MBA
Keep in mind it is distance learning.

Also it is academically rigorous, meaning you need to be prepared for serious studying to pass exams from LSE... so it may not be for you, since you could not even bother to find the link to the university[/quote]

thanks for the info, you provided, which includes nothing new than Duncan already informed me about.
also i don't think your role here to judge the quality and qualifications of the inquiring members. we are helping each others, and passing info

and BTW, i can study the University of LONDON at Arab academy campus as well.
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Duncan
That sounds like a great combination of local tutorial support and a world class qualification.
That sounds like a great combination of local tutorial support and a world class qualification.
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Dear Moataz,

if you are seeking an accredited MBA there is only three of them:
1- AUC (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA)for around 500K EGP
2- Memorial University (AACSB) arount 210K EGP
3- RITI MSM (AMBA) for around 160K EGP

Riti is the best value for money in my opinion as you get an international accredited MBA from one of the big accreditation bodies AMBA plus IACBE and ACBSP which are another 2 association that recognized by Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)

[Edited by Tony Salib on Oct 30, 2018]

Dear Moataz,

if you are seeking an accredited MBA there is only three of them:
1- AUC (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA)for around 500K EGP
2- Memorial University (AACSB) arount 210K EGP
3- RITI MSM (AMBA) for around 160K EGP

Riti is the best value for money in my opinion as you get an international accredited MBA from one of the big accreditation bodies AMBA plus IACBE and ACBSP which are another 2 association that recognized by Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
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