Online MBA from UK school


Does anybody have experience with the University of London online MBA? The tuition seems very reasonable but I can't find much information about the program other than what the school provides on its webpage. I would very much like to hear from real students or graduates of the program.

Likewise, I am also looking closely at the University of Birmingham's online program. Need some kind of review or feedback on it though.
Does anybody have experience with the University of London online MBA? The tuition seems very reasonable but I can't find much information about the program other than what the school provides on its webpage. I would very much like to hear from real students or graduates of the program.

Likewise, I am also looking closely at the University of Birmingham's online program. Need some kind of review or feedback on it though.
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Duncan
This is quite a new programme. I don't think there can be graduates. Queen Mary is a good school but not an excellent one. If your budget would stretch to Coursera's Illinois MBA, then that has great feedback.
This is quite a new programme. I don't think there can be graduates. Queen Mary is a good school but not an excellent one. If your budget would stretch to Coursera's Illinois MBA, then that has great feedback.
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George Pat...
At that price range there is
Durham triple accredited at £21000
illinois with AACSB at $22000
Birmingham triple accredited at £18000
University of London at £13000 (no accreditation yet)
Leicester with AMBA at £14000
(in my personal order of preference)
(the last two also offer CMI Level7 diploma included)

I'd say try for Durham. It is only £3000 more than the Birmingham one you are considering, but it should more than worth it

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Apr 04, 2018]

At that price range there is
Durham triple accredited at £21000
illinois with AACSB at $22000
Birmingham triple accredited at £18000
University of London at £13000 (no accreditation yet)
Leicester with AMBA at £14000
(in my personal order of preference)
(the last two also offer CMI Level7 diploma included)

I'd say try for Durham. It is only £3000 more than the Birmingham one you are considering, but it should more than worth it
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RobertoG83
At that price range there is
Durham triple accredited at £21000
illinois with AACSB at $22000
Birmingham triple accredited at £18000
University of London at £13000 (no accreditation yet)
Leicester with AMBA at £14000
(in my personal order of preference)
(the last two also offer CMI Level7 diploma included)

I'd say try for Durham. It is only £3000 more than the Birmingham one you are considering, but it should more than worth it


I'll add Bradford £17000 Triple Accredited.
I agree with you, I'd go for Durham. A scholarship, not so impossible, would cut the cost near the others. Plus, it's a top 5 FT ranking.
This or the Illinois iMBA.
[quote]At that price range there is
Durham triple accredited at £21000
illinois with AACSB at $22000
Birmingham triple accredited at £18000
University of London at £13000 (no accreditation yet)
Leicester with AMBA at £14000
(in my personal order of preference)
(the last two also offer CMI Level7 diploma included)

I'd say try for Durham. It is only £3000 more than the Birmingham one you are considering, but it should more than worth it[/quote]

I'll add Bradford £17000 Triple Accredited.
I agree with you, I'd go for Durham. A scholarship, not so impossible, would cut the cost near the others. Plus, it's a top 5 FT ranking.
This or the Illinois iMBA.
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Razors Edg...
Yes, if you're looking at UK schools the Bradford MBA is a good value, and ranked in the FT. Durham has better post-MBA career stats and is a bit more expensive. Their scholarships generally cover 2-6k of the program's cost so if you could get one it would make the tuition a bit closer to Birmingham / Bradford.
Yes, if you're looking at UK schools the Bradford MBA is a good value, and ranked in the FT. Durham has better post-MBA career stats and is a bit more expensive. Their scholarships generally cover 2-6k of the program's cost so if you could get one it would make the tuition a bit closer to Birmingham / Bradford.
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Metalist
Does anybody have experience with the University of London online MBA? The tuition seems very reasonable but I can't find much information about the program other than what the school provides on its webpage. I would very much like to hear from real students or graduates of the program.

Likewise, I am also looking closely at the University of Birmingham's online program. Need some kind of review or feedback on it though.


Did Anyone ever graduate from the University of South Wales -UK (Online program)?
Do you think Employers check if the school is accredited? I mean If it's not the top 500 companies.
I am looking for someone who graduated from that program or at least currently in it
[quote]Does anybody have experience with the University of London online MBA? The tuition seems very reasonable but I can't find much information about the program other than what the school provides on its webpage. I would very much like to hear from real students or graduates of the program.

Likewise, I am also looking closely at the University of Birmingham's online program. Need some kind of review or feedback on it though.[/quote]

Did Anyone ever graduate from the University of South Wales -UK (Online program)?
Do you think Employers check if the school is accredited? I mean If it's not the top 500 companies.
I am looking for someone who graduated from that program or at least currently in it
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Razors Edg...
I would not suggest that program.

It's not that an employer will check if a school is accredited. Accredited MBA programs will be more likely to actually put you in touch with employers, because they have recruiting funnels established. If all you want is something on your resume, just do some free Coursera classes and add those.
I would not suggest that program.

It's not that an employer will check if a school is accredited. Accredited MBA programs will be more likely to actually put you in touch with employers, because they have recruiting funnels established. If all you want is something on your resume, just do some free Coursera classes and add those.
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