MBA with Riti (MSM) or Eslsca


If anyone can help on base of cost benefit, I can take Eslsca MBA program with about 65,000 EGP or MSM MBA program with about 100,000 EGP, Is the margin of benefits covers its extra cost with Riti MBA program??

If anyone can help on base of cost benefit, I can take Eslsca MBA program with about 65,000 EGP or MSM MBA program with about 100,000 EGP, Is the margin of benefits covers its extra cost with Riti MBA program??
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Duncan

Try searching the board. I guess it depends on your goals.

Try searching the board. I guess it depends on your goals.
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I'm a Financial Controller have a CMA designation My goals are (find opportunity as a Financial Manager at a Multinational Company-Gain new Knowledges-develop my thinking-refresh my mind-gain new tools)

I'm a Financial Controller have a CMA designation My goals are (find opportunity as a Financial Manager at a Multinational Company-Gain new Knowledges-develop my thinking-refresh my mind-gain new tools)
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Duncan

In Egypt?

In Egypt?
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Yes I'm targeting Egypt or Middle East countries

Yes I'm targeting Egypt or Middle East countries
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Duncan

Did you consider the Toledo MBA? http://www.amcham.org.eg/education_training/cdc/mba/

Did you consider the Toledo MBA? http://www.amcham.org.eg/education_training/cdc/mba/
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It costs about 155,000 EGP right now so we have 3 levels of costing every one less than the next one by about 33% Eslsca 65,000/MSM 100,000/Toledo 155,000, Is the margin benefits between every one is covering the extra cost??

It costs about 155,000 EGP right now so we have 3 levels of costing every one less than the next one by about 33% Eslsca 65,000/MSM 100,000/Toledo 155,000, Is the margin benefits between every one is covering the extra cost??
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Duncan

The benefits are greater than the costs: People want a short term payback so at the most 4 or 5 years. But since people have longer careers the lifetime return is better from a better MBA: Better students, alumni, teachers, resources, education etc. Ask to visit classes!

The benefits are greater than the costs: People want a short term payback so at the most 4 or 5 years. But since people have longer careers the lifetime return is better from a better MBA: Better students, alumni, teachers, resources, education etc. Ask to visit classes!
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Thanks Duncan, I really appreciate your advise, If we will add AUC MBA program with triple accreditation costs about 270,000 EGP, is this huge amount of difference between AUC and Toledo equal the difference between AACSB VS Triple accreditation in benefits or the AUC is overstating their costs

Thanks Duncan, I really appreciate your advise, If we will add AUC MBA program with triple accreditation costs about 270,000 EGP, is this huge amount of difference between AUC and Toledo equal the difference between AACSB VS Triple accreditation in benefits or the AUC is overstating their costs
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Duncan

AUC is world-class.

AUC is world-class.
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Thanks again, I can't enter AUC MBA program right now because my accumulated grade in bachelor is Fair and their requirements is Good at least, So I have to make an academic diploma in one year then finish TOEFL and GMAT which they will take another time then I will go through the MBA program slowly to expand its costs over 4 years instead of two I think this is the best Option for me to take a world-class MBA

Thanks again, I can't enter AUC MBA program right now because my accumulated grade in bachelor is Fair and their requirements is Good at least, So I have to make an academic diploma in one year then finish TOEFL and GMAT which they will take another time then I will go through the MBA program slowly to expand its costs over 4 years instead of two I think this is the best Option for me to take a world-class MBA
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Duncan

The other option might be distance learning. Ilinois, a top 50 US business school, runs an iMBA with coursera. Several excellent UK universities have distance learning MBAs: Durham, Bradford, Warwick might also be worth considering. AUC has an amazing network locally and is one of the best, if not the best, business school in Africa and the Middle East.

The other option might be distance learning. Ilinois, a top 50 US business school, runs an iMBA with coursera. Several excellent UK universities have distance learning MBAs: Durham, Bradford, Warwick might also be worth considering. AUC has an amazing network locally and is one of the best, if not the best, business school in Africa and the Middle East.
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