Online MBA financial investment needed


Looking at Online MBA programs and I have a question for the community.

What kind of financial investment is needed? And relatedly is it a case of the more you pay the more you get?

For instance I know that the Online MBA from UNC is very expensive. It also seems to be notable for having a good reputation. However, the MBA from University of Illinois also has a good reputation but is quite a bit less expensive. Same thing with some of UK programs like Bradford.

What's the incentive for paying 4-5 times the cost or more? Do the more expensive programs have better career outcomes?
Looking at Online MBA programs and I have a question for the community.

What kind of financial investment is needed? And relatedly is it a case of the more you pay the more you get?

For instance I know that the Online MBA from UNC is very expensive. It also seems to be notable for having a good reputation. However, the MBA from University of Illinois also has a good reputation but is quite a bit less expensive. Same thing with some of UK programs like Bradford.

What's the incentive for paying 4-5 times the cost or more? Do the more expensive programs have better career outcomes?
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laurie
A main reason for choosing *any* MBA program is the network that's attached to the degree / school.

So, if UNC has a better network in the industries / locations where you're interested in working (versus another program) then it may make sense to go in that direction.

You can often sift through LinkedIn profiles to see what kind of network each business school has in various industries.
A main reason for choosing *any* MBA program is the network that's attached to the degree / school.

So, if UNC has a better network in the industries / locations where you're interested in working (versus another program) then it may make sense to go in that direction.

You can often sift through LinkedIn profiles to see what kind of network each business school has in various industries.
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I will, thank you.
I will, thank you.
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