MBA from Unicaf South Wales and International Business School of Scandanavia


Roger
Hi Duncan,
I am searching for studying MBA and I found one of your discussions not recommending UNICAF MBA as certificate wont be from South Wales University.....in another discussion with a person asking for International Business School of Scandinavia, you said its fake and recommended the UNICAF Instead - as an affordable option- , can you please clarify as I took your advice and ignored the scholarship opportunity from UNICAF and now I have another one from IBSS.
would you please help as I am depending on your knowledge and experience to know more in this field.
Hi Duncan,
I am searching for studying MBA and I found one of your discussions not recommending UNICAF MBA as certificate wont be from South Wales University.....in another discussion with a person asking for International Business School of Scandinavia, you said its fake and recommended the UNICAF Instead - as an affordable option- , can you please clarify as I took your advice and ignored the scholarship opportunity from UNICAF and now I have another one from IBSS.
would you please help as I am depending on your knowledge and experience to know more in this field.
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Roger
one more thing Duncan, IBSS is accredited by Accreditation Service For International Colleges, and according to the link you sent it is not accredited by Danish Ministry of Education, my knowledge in this field is so poor, and I need your help to explain such confusion.
one more thing Duncan, IBSS is accredited by Accreditation Service For International Colleges, and according to the link you sent it is not accredited by Danish Ministry of Education, my knowledge in this field is so poor, and I need your help to explain such confusion.
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Duncan
Unicaf has two options (Welsh degree or Malawi degree). Neither are great but both are better than IBSS. ASIC is a real organisation, but it does not have the right to grant organisations the right to award degrees.

I dont know your goals or resources but IBSS is not the right choice for anyone. There may be better options than Unicaf.
Unicaf has two options (Welsh degree or Malawi degree). Neither are great but both are better than IBSS. ASIC is a real organisation, but it does not have the right to grant organisations the right to award degrees.

I dont know your goals or resources but IBSS is not the right choice for anyone. There may be better options than Unicaf.
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Roger
Unicaf has two options (Welsh degree or Malawi degree). Neither are great but both are better than IBSS. ASIC is a real organisation, but it does not have the right to grant organisations the right to award degrees.

I dont know your goals or resources but IBSS is not the right choice for anyone. There may be better options than Unicaf.
[quote]Unicaf has two options (Welsh degree or Malawi degree). Neither are great but both are better than IBSS. ASIC is a real organisation, but it does not have the right to grant organisations the right to award degrees.

I dont know your goals or resources but IBSS is not the right choice for anyone. There may be better options than Unicaf. [/quote]
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Duncan
Also take a look at https://find-mba.com/board/distance-learning/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288
Also take a look at https://find-mba.com/board/distance-learning/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288
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Roger
thanks Duncan, well my goal is to take a step of advance in my career, am 40 years old, worked in securities brokerage operations and back office for last ten years of employment - no longer working - thought to study MBA to have better chance as well as more advanced posts to target, but I found it a bit expensive - for a middle east citizen - and that's why am looking for other options of scholarships and financial aids.

one more thing, is it possible if I can ask you about going another way of masters- or diploma - in field of business analytics, operations research and data science. - numerical analytical skills are my real assets. or this page is strictly for business administration discussions.
thanks Duncan, well my goal is to take a step of advance in my career, am 40 years old, worked in securities brokerage operations and back office for last ten years of employment - no longer working - thought to study MBA to have better chance as well as more advanced posts to target, but I found it a bit expensive - for a middle east citizen - and that's why am looking for other options of scholarships and financial aids.

one more thing, is it possible if I can ask you about going another way of masters- or diploma - in field of business analytics, operations research and data science. - numerical analytical skills are my real assets. or this page is strictly for business administration discussions.
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Duncan
There are other people who know the market better for specialised masters.

Take a look at that blog post about alternatives to unaccredited MBAs.
There are other people who know the market better for specialised masters.

Take a look at that blog post about alternatives to unaccredited MBAs.
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