Part time Mba in United Arab Emirates


I am considering a part time MBA , and i am between Manchester, Hult , Strathclayde
So any suggestions
I am in pharmaceutical industry, and i am about to join Manchester, especially the number of leaves that i can take from my annual leave would be suitable for Manchester and strathclayde will start in april which is too late for me

[Edited by Mohamed Elsisy on Oct 26, 2018]

I am considering a part time MBA , and i am between Manchester, Hult , Strathclayde
So any suggestions
I am in pharmaceutical industry, and i am about to join Manchester, especially the number of leaves that i can take from my annual leave would be suitable for Manchester and strathclayde will start in april which is too late for me
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Duncan

That is the best of those three, in my opinion.

That is the best of those three, in my opinion.
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Thanks Duncan, but i heard couple of feedbacks that it is not that good and they are changing the schedule for exams and not treating part time candidates very well, also I contacted some candidates on linkedin and they give me good feedback, and the school also is mentioning that i will receive a degree which is the same like the full time and having the same ranking, one last thing is it accredited in UAE or not

[Edited by Mohamed Elsisy on Oct 27, 2018]

Thanks Duncan, but i heard couple of feedbacks that it is not that good and they are changing the schedule for exams and not treating part time candidates very well, also I contacted some candidates on linkedin and they give me good feedback, and the school also is mentioning that i will receive a degree which is the same like the full time and having the same ranking, one last thing is it accredited in UAE or not
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Duncan

This depends on your goals. If customers service is the key criterion, then a private university like Hult will be more supportive. However, if you want to learn as much as possible and have a world-class qualification then Manchester stands out as one of the world's top universities.

Manchester is a British university, so it is accredited by the UK government. I don't know if it has additional accreditation from the UAE, and don't understand why that would matter to you.

This depends on your goals. If customers service is the key criterion, then a private university like Hult will be more supportive. However, if you want to learn as much as possible and have a world-class qualification then Manchester stands out as one of the world's top universities.

Manchester is a British university, so it is accredited by the UK government. I don't know if it has additional accreditation from the UAE, and don't understand why that would matter to you.
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mba hipste...

Manchester’s business school is accredited by AACSB and EQUIS, and its MBA programs are accredited by AMBA - these are the three main international MBA accreditation organizations and a great indication that the MBA is recognized all over the world.

Other than that, I’m not sure that a government would accredited a degree from a university in another country.

Manchester’s business school is accredited by AACSB and EQUIS, and its MBA programs are accredited by AMBA - these are the three main international MBA accreditation organizations and a great indication that the MBA is recognized all over the world.

Other than that, I’m not sure that a government would accredited a degree from a university in another country.
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