Do you think the full-time residential and distance learning MBA at Strathclyde are the same quality - except the networking and classroom-cohort experience of course?
The quality of an MBA is not about academics as you will not learn much in depth in any particular field especially with a general management 1 year UK degree. if you want learning sign up to coursera or edx where you can get the same learning as any top MBA because they post up real finance, accounting courses there for a tiny fraction of the costs.
The networking and the opportunities of a full-time MBA could easily worth more than 50% of the value of an MBA.
In my MBA we take our study nowhere near serious as when we were undergraduate. After all, we all have degrees and successful careers before we do the MBA.
There are not many good MBA in Vietnam but the University of Hawaii offer a very good course in Vietnam and you can study in sunny Hawaii. Why not go for that option?
Among Strathclyde, Warwick, Durham and Bradford. I would go for those that offer more opportunities to learn on campus. Durham is in a historic town but there is not much there. I spent two years working there and get out of town almost every weekend.
Bardford allows you 2 or 3 courses on campus in the UK and in other countries if I am not mistaken Germany. But the town itself is pretty rough
The number one option is of course Warwick if the fees are affordable. If the fees are not double what Bradford or Durham charge you I would go to Warwick in a blink of eyes
My friend does an MBA with Manchester University and he loves the travelling that allows him to go to.