as I studied law and hold a Master of Laws, I asked myself in daily work, if I could boost my career by going for a MBA. Therefore I focus on a distance learning MBA beneath my job, which I am not willing even get out of for a year. After having read some posts with its discussions on different business schools, I came to the conclusion that a MBA will fit my career targets as I am working in a highly digitalized environment where not only legal expertise is helpful but even - in my opinion - knowledge in business issus could be useful. From my point of view the whole buzzwording within this context, from Connected Car to Smart Home, should be seen from different ankles. That's why I prefer a MBA which contains at least one module focussing on the digital stuff. Besides, I should mention that I am German and strongly focus on extending my language skills and want to use the MBA not only as an career boost but on a second glance for improving my language skills as well.
Even if it is ambitious finalizing the MBA within a year, I just want to try. But I haven't found any programme which allows studying only one year to the degree. After scribbling together the business schools some of them are finally in my personal scope:
I have read that Durham is exclusively a MBA programme with paperwork, no need of any group work or joining classes. Correct? Maybe you could help claryfying some things being on my mind at the moment.
Thanks in advance
[Edited by Marksy on Sep 22, 2017]