ONLINE MBA or MS


Im syrian 34 years old living in UAE, working as a sales manager for furniture.
I'm searching for a online Master in marketing (digital) or MBA.
I was searching and I found :

1-Rome Business school
2-Swiss Business School
3-Edinburgh business school

Can you help me to find a good accredited program with in my budget (less than 13000$)

Im syrian 34 years old living in UAE, working as a sales manager for furniture.
I'm searching for a online Master in marketing (digital) or MBA.
I was searching and I found :

1-Rome Business school
2-Swiss Business School
3-Edinburgh business school

Can you help me to find a good accredited program with in my budget (less than 13000$)
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Duncan

None of these has meaningful international accreditation. Read my post on the sister site of this website: bit.ly/ValueMBAs 

[Edited by Duncan on Sep 13, 2020]

None of these has meaningful international accreditation. Read my post on the sister site of this website: bit.ly/ValueMBAs 
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Larry

If these are your only options I would suggest not doing an MBA at all, and instead do some of the Coursera MBA specializations until you can afford to transition into the iMBA. Seriously, you'd be better off not spending any money at all and taking advantage of free resources than pursue any of these options. 

Alternatively, there are a number of budget options you might explore: 

https://find-mba.com/board/general-forum/cheapest-online-mba-worldwide-39945

If these are your only options I would suggest not doing an MBA at all, and instead do some of the Coursera MBA specializations until you can afford to transition into the iMBA. Seriously, you'd be better off not spending any money at all and taking advantage of free resources than pursue any of these options. 
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Thank you Duncan & Larry for your valuable reply

After reading your link Mr Duncan I preferred the MAnchester Metropolitan Univ

Do you think its a right choice?

Thank you Duncan &amp; Larry for your valuable reply<br><br>After reading your link Mr Duncan I preferred the MAnchester Metropolitan Univ<br><br>Do you think its a right choice?
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Duncan

It's a very much better choice than the options your mention. Of course the perfect fit requires a closer study of your specific goals.

It's a very much better choice than the options your mention. Of course the perfect fit requires a closer study of your specific goals.
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mba hipste...

As far as the 'right choice' is concerned, it's hard to say. Although it is better than the other schools you listed above—in that it does have international accreditation—the 'right choice' would depend on what you would want to do with this degree.

Keep in mind that for some potential applicants, the 'right choice' may be not to do an MBA at all. 

As far as the 'right choice' is concerned, it's hard to say. Although it is better than the other schools you listed above—in that it does have international accreditation—the 'right choice' would depend on what you would want to do with this degree.<br><br>Keep in mind that for some potential applicants, the 'right choice' may be not to do an MBA at all.&nbsp;
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aslamo

As far as the 'right choice' is concerned, it's hard to say. Although it is better than the other schools you listed above—in that it does have international accreditation—the 'right choice' would depend on what you would want to do with this degree.

Keep in mind that for some potential applicants, the 'right choice' may be not to do an MBA at all. 


This is a very good point. A lot of posters coming to this board have vague or non-existent goals or not really thought about the return on their investent (financial or otherwise) yet somehow expect an MBA to be some sort of magic wand to improve their career.

[quote]As far as the 'right choice' is concerned, it's hard to say. Although it is better than the other schools you listed above—in that it does have international accreditation—the 'right choice' would depend on what you would want to do with this degree.<br><br>Keep in mind that for some potential applicants, the 'right choice' may be not to do an MBA at all.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>This is a very good point. A lot of posters coming to this board have vague or non-existent goals or not really thought about the return on their investent (financial or otherwise) yet somehow expect an MBA to be some sort of magic wand to improve their career.
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