Best Online MBA Programs in India


Hi friends,
In this modern century mainly agricultural economy is converted into business economy. Most of the students choose MBA programs for a better job opportunity. I am very much interested to join 1 year executive MBA programs due to my busy schedule. XLRI and Hughes Global Education are the best top institutes in India. Could you please provide me which is the better?
Hi friends,
In this modern century mainly agricultural economy is converted into business economy. Most of the students choose MBA programs for a better job opportunity. I am very much interested to join 1 year executive MBA programs due to my busy schedule. XLRI and Hughes Global Education are the best top institutes in India. Could you please provide me which is the better?
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Duncan
Are you joking?

Since your account is called Hughes Education and your logo is theirs, I guess you are not really asking that question genuinely.
Are you joking?

Since your account is called Hughes Education and your logo is theirs, I guess you are not really asking that question genuinely.
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Fostiima
Number of private and government colleges in Mumbai offer management courses like MBA and BBA to students but it is very complicated to decide which MBA college to take admission into. Some of top MBA colleges in Mumbai offer Regular MBA, Executive MBA and Correspondence MBA in various streams of management courses at various levels. Diploma in Management, Advanced Diploma in Retail Management, Advanced Diploma in Textile Management and Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM), Post Graduate Diploma in Finance Management (PGDFM), Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management (PGDHRM), and Post Graduate Diploma in Operations & Supply Chain Management (PGDSCM) are some of available management diploma in Mumbai city.
Number of private and government colleges in Mumbai offer management courses like MBA and BBA to students but it is very complicated to decide which MBA college to take admission into. Some of top MBA colleges in Mumbai offer Regular MBA, Executive MBA and Correspondence MBA in various streams of management courses at various levels. Diploma in Management, Advanced Diploma in Retail Management, Advanced Diploma in Textile Management and Advanced Diploma in Human Resource Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management (PGDMM), Post Graduate Diploma in Finance Management (PGDFM), Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management (PGDHRM), and Post Graduate Diploma in Operations & Supply Chain Management (PGDSCM) are some of available management diploma in Mumbai city.
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Duncan
If you do a good MBA, then you won't have to cut and paste for a living like poor "Fostiima"
If you do a good MBA, then you won't have to cut and paste for a living like poor "Fostiima"
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evaann
If you would like to do mba online,i can suggest NIBM Global.It is a very familiar institute in online mba programs.Somany people pursuing mba at NIBM.NIBM offers different time duration mba courses such as DBA,PG DBA,1 year and 2 year MBA and 1 year Executive MBA.It is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Educational Institution.Barathiar university affiliated courses also offered by NIBM.It is UGC/AICTE/DEC approved.
If you would like to do mba online,i can suggest NIBM Global.It is a very familiar institute in online mba programs.Somany people pursuing mba at NIBM.NIBM offers different time duration mba courses such as DBA,PG DBA,1 year and 2 year MBA and 1 year Executive MBA.It is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Educational Institution.Barathiar university affiliated courses also offered by NIBM.It is UGC/AICTE/DEC approved.
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ralph
What's up with this thread? Why do people keep recommending these awful-looking programs?

Personally, I wouldn't do any online MBA from a business school that's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. As far as I know, there is no online MBA program in India that meets this criteria.

But the great thing about online MBA programs is just that - you can do them from pretty much anywhere. There are some decent programs offered by global schools that you can indeed do from India. I would look into the following business schools for some accredited, quality programs:

IE Business School
IU Kelley
Florida - Warrington
[email protected]
Warwick Business School
Henley Business School
What's up with this thread? Why do people keep recommending these awful-looking programs?

Personally, I wouldn't do any online MBA from a business school that's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. As far as I know, there is no online MBA program in India that meets this criteria.

But the great thing about online MBA programs is just that - you can do them from pretty much anywhere. There are some decent programs offered by global schools that you can indeed do from India. I would look into the following business schools for some accredited, quality programs:

IE Business School
IU Kelley
Florida - Warrington
[email protected]
Warwick Business School
Henley Business School

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bilstrude
Avoid any american programs unless you are going to the top 5.

They are overpriced, and despite the various ranking tables evaluating them highly, having worked in America for 10 years, the masters graduates I have met are seriously lacking with fundamental flaws in their education. The majority of senior executives in big american companies are non Americans with non american educations - that should tell you all to need know.


Stick to UK or European programmes.
Avoid any american programs unless you are going to the top 5.

They are overpriced, and despite the various ranking tables evaluating them highly, having worked in America for 10 years, the masters graduates I have met are seriously lacking with fundamental flaws in their education. The majority of senior executives in big american companies are non Americans with non american educations - that should tell you all to need know.


Stick to UK or European programmes.
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Duncan
I don't think that's helpful or accurate.

- It's not helpful, because this thread is about online MBAs. There are no online MBAs offered by the top five US business schools. UNC and Indiana are the best US schools with online MBAs, perhaps, and they are not in the top five.

- It's just not true that the "majority of senior executives in big American companies are non-Americans with non-American education". Take a look at http://www.glassdoor.com/50-Highest-Rated-CEOs.htm and similar lists.
I don't think that's helpful or accurate.

- It's not helpful, because this thread is about online MBAs. There are no online MBAs offered by the top five US business schools. UNC and Indiana are the best US schools with online MBAs, perhaps, and they are not in the top five.

- It's just not true that the "majority of senior executives in big American companies are non-Americans with non-American education". Take a look at http://www.glassdoor.com/50-Highest-Rated-CEOs.htm and similar lists.
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Duncan
The IOA is unrecognised. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unrecognized_higher_education_accreditation_organizations#I

I share Ralph's opinion:-
"I wouldn't do any online MBA from a business school that's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. As far as I know, there is no online MBA program in India that meets this criteria.

But the great thing about online MBA programs is just that - you can do them from pretty much anywhere. There are some decent programs offered by global schools that you can indeed do from India."

The FT has an excellent ranking on online MBAs at: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-ranking-2014
The IOA is unrecognised. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unrecognized_higher_education_accreditation_organizations#I

I share Ralph's opinion:-
"I wouldn't do any online MBA from a business school that's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS. As far as I know, there is no online MBA program in India that meets this criteria.

But the great thing about online MBA programs is just that - you can do them from pretty much anywhere. There are some decent programs offered by global schools that you can indeed do from India."

The FT has an excellent ranking on online MBAs at: http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-ranking-2014
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phillipz
But I thought Amity just got themselves AACSB accredited just in the last cycle of accreditation??
But I thought Amity just got themselves AACSB accredited just in the last cycle of accreditation??
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Duncan
No. http://www.aacsb.edu/en/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing.aspx
No. http://www.aacsb.edu/en/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing.aspx
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phillipz
No. http://www.aacsb.edu/en/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing.aspx


https://www.aacsb.net/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=AACSB&WebKey=CADEF77A-6573-49BB-9BA2-CE21EC93841E

maybe it's a particular school of Amity which got accredited but there is an article on AACSB which talks of them being accredited.

Thanks
<blockquote>No. http://www.aacsb.edu/en/accreditation/accredited-members/global-listing.aspx</blockquote>

https://www.aacsb.net/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?Site=AACSB&WebKey=CADEF77A-6573-49BB-9BA2-CE21EC93841E

maybe it's a particular school of Amity which got accredited but there is an article on AACSB which talks of them being accredited.

Thanks
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ralph
That means the school is a member of AACSB, not that it's accredited by AACSB. Big difference.
That means the school is a member of AACSB, not that it's accredited by AACSB. Big difference.
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Duncan
On the long list of member schools, you'll see the blue icon of the AACSB seal for the members with accreditation. Amity is not accredited.

PS In India, only ISB and T. A. Pai Management Institute have AACSB accreditation.
On the long list of member schools, you'll see the blue icon of the AACSB seal for the members with accreditation. Amity is not accredited.

PS In India, only ISB and T. A. Pai Management Institute have AACSB accreditation.
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