Karren Brady MBA/NTU/Bradford


I am looking for online MBA course. Currently i working as a consultant in Germany. Which one of these are good? Especially when i am looking to grow in my career as the project manager including customer relationships, project bidding,human resource management and gain formal education on Organizational business strategies and Business development for medium to big projects in a consulting industry. I am.also open for new suggestions given that the course is online

I am looking for online MBA course. Currently i working as a consultant in Germany. Which one of these are good? Especially when i am looking to grow in my career as the project manager including customer relationships, project bidding,human resource management and gain formal education on Organizational business strategies and Business development for medium to big projects in a consulting industry. I am.also open for new suggestions given that the course is online
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StuartHE

I can't see any reason to consider a degree without meaningful international accreditation, like the Karen Brady MBA. 

Do you need an MBA? An MBA would include accounting, finance, decision science, economics etc while your needs seem different. Did you consider an IHK Kaufmann/-frau qualification? 


[Edited by StuartHE on Sep 18, 2020]

I can't see any reason to consider a degree without meaningful international accreditation, like the Karen Brady MBA.&nbsp;<br><br>Do you need an MBA? An MBA would include accounting, finance, decision science, economics etc while your needs seem different. Did you consider an IHK&nbsp;Kaufmann/-frau qualification?&nbsp;<div><br>
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mba hipste...

Or maybe check out targeted executive education courses. If you're specifically looking to work on your project management skills there are all sorts of short courses that will help you along these lines. Many are now being delivered online, given the current situation. 

If you are looking for something more rounder, broader, then yes, by all means the NTU or Bradford programs would be fine. But usually when people consider MBAs they look at other factors, such as the viability of a degree as leverage for a job change or company change; how well the network fits, etc. 

Or maybe check out targeted executive education courses. If you're specifically looking to work on your project management skills there are all sorts of short courses that will help you along these lines. Many are now being delivered online, given the current situation.&nbsp;<br><br>If you are looking for something more rounder, broader, then yes, by all means the NTU or Bradford programs would be fine. But usually when people consider MBAs they look at other factors, such as the viability of a degree as leverage for a job change or company change; how well the network fits, etc.&nbsp;
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