MBA in UAE


Seba
Hello
I’m planning to start my MBA, I’m a bio medical engineer working as a business development manager
My shortlisted schools are
Westford, Swiss business school and university of the west of Scotland

Any recommendation or reviews
And can you help me to understand if I can have my MBA by the one class a month and an assignment, is that a real study ?
Your help is highly appreciated
Hello
I’m planning to start my MBA, I’m a bio medical engineer working as a business development manager
My shortlisted schools are
Westford, Swiss business school and university of the west of Scotland

Any recommendation or reviews
And can you help me to understand if I can have my MBA by the one class a month and an assignment, is that a real study ?
Your help is highly appreciated
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Duncan
Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?
Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?
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Seba
Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?

They have a partner in UAE
I had an introduction session today
But it seems that they’ll offer a piece of paper
6 classes in total to get your MBA
My goal is to learn and have the grade for my career growth
[quote]Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?[/quote]
They have a partner in UAE
I had an introduction session today
But it seems that they’ll offer a piece of paper
6 classes in total to get your MBA
My goal is to learn and have the grade for my career growth
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Seba
Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?

Thanks a lot for your advices
I had a look at westford they present Cardiff Metropolitan University
Do you suggest the same?
[quote]Of these, I think only UWS has the right to issue things considered as legal degrees in their own country.

What are your goals?[/quote]
Thanks a lot for your advices
I had a look at westford they present Cardiff Metropolitan University
Do you suggest the same?
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Duncan
What are your goals?
What are your goals?
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Seba
What are your goals?

Well, I need to have more strategic thinking plus I need to have a degree that will help me in my career path
[quote]What are your goals?[/quote]
Well, I need to have more strategic thinking plus I need to have a degree that will help me in my career path
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Duncan
And what career path do you want? You'll get more strategic thinking from a less costly online qualification, like the Maryland MBA Core or the LSE graduate entry BSc.
And what career path do you want? You'll get more strategic thinking from a less costly online qualification, like the Maryland MBA Core or the LSE graduate entry BSc.
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Seba
And what career path do you want? You'll get more strategic thinking from a less costly online qualification, like the Maryland MBA Core or the LSE graduate entry BSc.

Thanks a lot,
Some Companies are inquiring MBA degree for promotions or higher roles
I need to Handel a full business unit in my region
So holding an MBA is a plus in the qualification
[quote]And what career path do you want? You'll get more strategic thinking from a less costly online qualification, like the Maryland MBA Core or the LSE graduate entry BSc. [/quote]
Thanks a lot,
Some Companies are inquiring MBA degree for promotions or higher roles
I need to Handel a full business unit in my region
So holding an MBA is a plus in the qualification
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Duncan
If they would prefer an MBA from one of the UK's worst universities rather than a stronger qualification from a world class school like the LSE or Maryland, then would you want to work there?
If they would prefer an MBA from one of the UK's worst universities rather than a stronger qualification from a world class school like the LSE or Maryland, then would you want to work there?
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Dr.Khaled
What about sbs is it an accredited MBA or no .. and is it useful to take it as agood curriculum and increasing the experience .
What about sbs is it an accredited MBA or no .. and is it useful to take it as agood curriculum and increasing the experience .
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Duncan
Every MBA is accredited by someone, but SBS doesn't have any of the three respected international accreditations or the right to issue Swiss degrees.
Every MBA is accredited by someone, but SBS doesn't have any of the three respected international accreditations or the right to issue Swiss degrees.
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Duncan
George told me about this list of inexpensive MBAs with AACSB accreditation: of course many of the lowest costs are in-state fees, but a 'real' university degree is still prefereable, in my opinion, to a risky private school. https://www.geteducated.com/online-college-ratings-and-rankings/best-buy-lists/best-buy-online-masters-mba-aacsb

[Edited by Duncan on Apr 07, 2019]

George told me about this list of inexpensive MBAs with AACSB accreditation: of course many of the lowest costs are in-state fees, but a 'real' university degree is still prefereable, in my opinion, to a risky private school. https://www.geteducated.com/online-college-ratings-and-rankings/best-buy-lists/best-buy-online-masters-mba-aacsb
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Seba
Thanks a lot Duncan
That was extremely helpful
I shifted my mind totally
I’m considering those you have linked to us online
I have another question
Would you help me understand which Masters is more valuable for my profession
( healthcare / business development )
Is it a general MBA or international business or healthcare management ?
Thanks a lot Duncan
That was extremely helpful
I shifted my mind totally
I’m considering those you have linked to us online
I have another question
Would you help me understand which Masters is more valuable for my profession
( healthcare / business development )
Is it a general MBA or international business or healthcare management ?
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Duncan
I don't think there is an off the shelf answer, and that's the sort of question clients have deep conversations about with me. Generally, formal concentrations don't really matter. It's the quality of the school, both educationally and in terms of the quality of students and alumni, that is crucial.
I don't think there is an off the shelf answer, and that's the sort of question clients have deep conversations about with me. Generally, formal concentrations don't really matter. It's the quality of the school, both educationally and in terms of the quality of students and alumni, that is crucial.
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Dr.Khaled
https://www.sbs.edu/accreditation/ this link say that it has aacsb membership and accredited from british accreditaion council BAC .
Another q .. if we compared between the SBS and eslasca in egypt .. and universal institute in kuwait .. which one is the best .
https://www.sbs.edu/accreditation/ this link say that it has aacsb membership and accredited from british accreditaion council BAC .
Another q .. if we compared between the SBS and eslasca in egypt .. and universal institute in kuwait .. which one is the best .
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Duncan
Membership of the AACSB is not accrediation. Most members are not accredited. The BAC is not a university-level accreditation body. It's not able to grant the ability to issue degrees.

I am not familiar with the Universal Institute, but I just would not recommend a school which has no meaningful accreditation. In that sense, I know eslsca is able to issue legal degrees in France but I am not sure it issues the same degrees in Egypt.
Membership of the AACSB is not accrediation. Most members are not accredited. The BAC is not a university-level accreditation body. It's not able to grant the ability to issue degrees.

I am not familiar with the Universal Institute, but I just would not recommend a school which has no meaningful accreditation. In that sense, I know eslsca is able to issue legal degrees in France but I am not sure it issues the same degrees in Egypt.
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