Affordable Tech-MBA which is also good?


Hi,

I've been researching for months now different MBAs that are good and possibly affordable (i.e not 80K Euro like IE..) but also well recognized, accredited, reviewed and ranked. It came down to two options which were interesting to me:
- CNAM MBA with Berkeley California
- EU business school

Both look good on their sites, descriptions, marketing etc.. but when I researched more I see their reviews are not very good and many students are disappointed. I wonder if there are ANY English Tech-MBAs out there in Europe (cooperation with USA a big plus), that are more or less affordable? (up to 20-25K/year at the very maximum I can afford)

Thanks for any input.

Hi,

I've been researching for months now different MBAs that are good and possibly affordable (i.e not 80K Euro like IE..) but also well recognized, accredited, reviewed and ranked. It came down to two options which were interesting to me:
- CNAM MBA with Berkeley California
- EU business school

Both look good on their sites, descriptions, marketing etc.. but when I researched more I see their reviews are not very good and many students are disappointed. I wonder if there are ANY English Tech-MBAs out there in Europe (cooperation with USA a big plus), that are more or less affordable? (up to 20-25K/year at the very maximum I can afford)

Thanks for any input.
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Duncan

Your two options don't meet your criteria. EU is a terrible school, Cnam is simply a weak one. Also, the best MBAs for the tech industry are general management MBAs, not specialist degrees. Focus on your goals, and then look for the qualifications held by people who are in the role you want. 

Your two options don't meet your criteria. EU is a terrible school, Cnam is simply a weak one. Also, the best MBAs for the tech industry are general management MBAs, not specialist degrees. Focus on your goals, and then look for the qualifications held by people who are in the role you want. 
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Duncan

Also see https://find-mba.com/board/distance-learning/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288 

[Edited by Duncan on May 02, 2021]

Also see https://find-mba.com/board/distance-learning/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288 
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Duncan, thanks for the reply. Your second reply seems unfinished (I just see "also see"). 
Could you give a few example of relatively affordable Tech-oriented MBAs in Europe or Online with (optionally) a US cooperation?

Duncan, thanks for the reply. Your second reply seems unfinished (I just see "also see").&nbsp;<br>Could you give a few example of relatively affordable Tech-oriented MBAs in Europe or Online with (optionally) a US cooperation?
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Duncan

No, if you think you need a tech MBA then I think you are mistaken. You either need an MBA or a master's in some tech field. An affordable online tech MBA will not lead to any goal. 

No, if you think you need a tech MBA then I think you are mistaken. You either need an MBA or a master's in some tech field. An affordable online tech MBA will not lead to any goal.&nbsp;
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Duncan

One not-terrible option that comes to mind is the OU tech MBA: http://www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/qualifications/f69 The IU MS is also great value: https://www.edx.org/masters/online-master-in-it-management-indiana-university 

One not-terrible option that comes to mind is the OU tech MBA: http://www.open.ac.uk/postgraduate/qualifications/f69 The IU MS is also great value: https://www.edx.org/masters/online-master-in-it-management-indiana-university&nbsp;
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