MSc Management


Hi to everyone!
I 've been reading the site for a few weeks now, and it has helped me answer quite a few of my questions. Thanx!

I am looking for a cheap (the ceiling is 10.000 euro, but even this might prove out of reach), online MSc in Management, taught in English.
Any ideas/proposals would be more than welcome!

Hi to everyone!
I 've been reading the site for a few weeks now, and it has helped me answer quite a few of my questions. Thanx!

I am looking for a cheap (the ceiling is 10.000 euro, but even this might prove out of reach), online MSc in Management, taught in English.
Any ideas/proposals would be more than welcome!
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donho199

Norway school of Management has a great program as well as many other schools in PIM network. The French Grandes Ecoles system have a few decent ones

Norway school of Management has a great program as well as many other schools in PIM network. The French Grandes Ecoles system have a few decent ones
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Norway school of Management has a great program as well as many other schools in PIM network. The French Grandes Ecoles system have a few decent ones


Thanks for the answer. I went -quickly- through the websites of the schools included in the PIM network, but I didn't manage to find any distance learning programme that costs less than 10K. If you have any in mind please let me know.
To enter a Grande Ecole I am afraid I have first to master the French language, which is going to take many years ;-)

<blockquote>Norway school of Management has a great program as well as many other schools in PIM network. The French Grandes Ecoles system have a few decent ones</blockquote>

Thanks for the answer. I went -quickly- through the websites of the schools included in the PIM network, but I didn't manage to find any distance learning programme that costs less than 10K. If you have any in mind please let me know.
To enter a Grande Ecole I am afraid I have first to master the French language, which is going to take many years ;-)
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Duncan

I think only Durham has that: http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/ma-dl/

The Open University is the other accredited business school with such an inexpensive DL programme: http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/qualification/d64.htm

The LSE diploma for graduates in management is pretty good:
http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/prospective_students/undergraduate/lse/dip_grad/management/index.shtml

I think only Durham has that: http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/ma-dl/

The Open University is the other accredited business school with such an inexpensive DL programme: http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/qualification/d64.htm

The LSE diploma for graduates in management is pretty good:
http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/prospective_students/undergraduate/lse/dip_grad/management/index.shtml

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Thanks Duncan,
The problem is that in some backward countries the form matters more than the substance. In my case the qualification I 'll gain has to start with an "M" (MSc, MBA, MA, etc), a diploma won't do. Accreditation on the other hand is not such a big issue. Any ideas will be greatly apprecited.

Many thanks!

Thanks Duncan,
The problem is that in some backward countries the form matters more than the substance. In my case the qualification I 'll gain has to start with an "M" (MSc, MBA, MA, etc), a diploma won't do. Accreditation on the other hand is not such a big issue. Any ideas will be greatly apprecited.

Many thanks!
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Duncan

Well, I think Durham is your best choice. That's a sold, triple-accredited masters degree.

Well, I think Durham is your best choice. That's a sold, triple-accredited masters degree.
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The programme looks fine, but the fees (£ 9000) are above my limits :-(

I appreciate the help!

The programme looks fine, but the fees (£ 9000) are above my limits :-(

I appreciate the help!
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Duncan

The fee is 7000, 7250 from August.

The fee is 7000, 7250 from August.
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You are right, Duncan. My wrong. Durham is definitely an option.
Many thanks!!!

You are right, Duncan. My wrong. Durham is definitely an option.
Many thanks!!!
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Since my financial situation is preety lousy, i 'll try to complicate things a bit.
Does anyone has any idea if there are Scandinavian universities offering distance learning master degrees in english in areas such as management, economics, public policy, etc.
I am aware of the one MBA (distance learning, english) offrered in Sweden. Any other ideas?

Since my financial situation is preety lousy, i 'll try to complicate things a bit.
Does anyone has any idea if there are Scandinavian universities offering distance learning master degrees in english in areas such as management, economics, public policy, etc.
I am aware of the one MBA (distance learning, english) offrered in Sweden. Any other ideas?
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Duncan

Here's a good list of options: http://bit.ly/I1fU6M from mastersportal.eu

Three strong choices are over your budget a little:
- the University of London International Programme's AMBA-accredited MBA and MSc (http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/prospective_students/postgraduate/holloway/int_manage/index.shtml) and
- Ashridge's MSc (http://www.ashridge.org.uk/Website/Content.nsf/wDEG/MSc+in+Management?opendocument).
- University of New York in Prague online MBA (12,000 euro)

Here's a good list of options: http://bit.ly/I1fU6M from mastersportal.eu

Three strong choices are over your budget a little:
- the University of London International Programme's AMBA-accredited MBA and MSc (http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/prospective_students/postgraduate/holloway/int_manage/index.shtml) and
- Ashridge's MSc (http://www.ashridge.org.uk/Website/Content.nsf/wDEG/MSc+in+Management?opendocument).
- University of New York in Prague online MBA (12,000 euro)
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At the University of New York in Prague, we're planning to start an MSc in International Management in the fall of 2014, if all goes well. I'll personally be involved in its creation, and you are welcome to contact me at any time with questions.

Also, if you have some management experience, we have an incredible MBA program that continues to evolve. Definitely look into that one at any time!

Aaron Johnson, Ph.D., CFA
[email protected]

At the University of New York in Prague, we're planning to start an MSc in International Management in the fall of 2014, if all goes well. I'll personally be involved in its creation, and you are welcome to contact me at any time with questions.

Also, if you have some management experience, we have an incredible MBA program that continues to evolve. Definitely look into that one at any time!

Aaron Johnson, Ph.D., CFA
[email protected]
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Duncan

I hear good things from Czech friends about UNYP. Any idea what the fee range might be for the programme? I guess if it's in international management the focus is on helping international students to understand how their own countries can trade with Europe, rather than an entrée into the Czech labour market.

I hear good things from Czech friends about UNYP. Any idea what the fee range might be for the programme? I guess if it's in international management the focus is on helping international students to understand how their own countries can trade with Europe, rather than an entrée into the Czech labour market.
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It's an excellent question, and although a few of us are guessing at pricing, it would be inappropriate for me to speculate yet. I can tell you that our MBA program has what we believe is the best payback period in the nation; we're proud of the value offered, and we're planning on ensuring that this will be the case for the MSc in International Management (MIM) as well.

Our current cohorts have about 40% Czech students, and 60% from another dozen or so countries, so you're absolutely right; it's not a Czech info degree at all. We'll be focusing on broad-based management skills (including intercultural communication & negotiations) that students can take with them anywhere they choose to go. I'm drafting the program descriptions now, and I'll get more info posted here as we progress!

It's an excellent question, and although a few of us are guessing at pricing, it would be inappropriate for me to speculate yet. I can tell you that our MBA program has what we believe is the best payback period in the nation; we're proud of the value offered, and we're planning on ensuring that this will be the case for the MSc in International Management (MIM) as well.

Our current cohorts have about 40% Czech students, and 60% from another dozen or so countries, so you're absolutely right; it's not a Czech info degree at all. We'll be focusing on broad-based management skills (including intercultural communication & negotiations) that students can take with them anywhere they choose to go. I'm drafting the program descriptions now, and I'll get more info posted here as we progress!
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