Bradford, Leicester, or Birmingham!


Ayousif-1
I’m still confused which i should choose out of these MBA programs-distance learning.
Bradford jumped into the competition for its reasonable cost...Durham is still in the scope but i took it off the competation as this is the winning horse for everyone.

Please advise!

The goal is to be well prepared for a managerial post in Biomedical company

[Edited by Ayousif-1 on Mar 02, 2019]

I’m still confused which i should choose out of these MBA programs-distance learning.
Bradford jumped into the competition for its reasonable cost...Durham is still in the scope but i took it off the competation as this is the winning horse for everyone.

Please advise!

The goal is to be well prepared for a managerial post in Biomedical company
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Duncan
I don't quite understand why you would exclude Durham if you think it is the best option
I don't quite understand why you would exclude Durham if you think it is the best option
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Ayousif-1
I don't quite understand why you would exclude Durham if you think it is the best option


Costwise my dear Duncan.
Starting from October 2019, Durham costs 23000 GBP while others are below 18000!

[Edited by Ayousif-1 on Mar 02, 2019]

[quote]I don't quite understand why you would exclude Durham if you think it is the best option[/quote]

Costwise my dear Duncan.
Starting from October 2019, Durham costs 23000 GBP while others are below 18000!
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Duncan
On average Durham DL MBA alumni earn $25k more annually: so that's going to be on average around $1m extra in lifetime earnings. You wouldn't pay £5k for that?
On average Durham DL MBA alumni earn $25k more annually: so that's going to be on average around $1m extra in lifetime earnings. You wouldn't pay £5k for that?
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Ayousif-1
On average Durham DL MBA alumni earn $25k more annually: so that's going to be on average around $1m extra in lifetime earnings. You wouldn't pay £5k for that?


Good point...but still no answer to the main question :)
[quote]On average Durham DL MBA alumni earn $25k more annually: so that's going to be on average around $1m extra in lifetime earnings. You wouldn't pay £5k for that? [/quote]

Good point...but still no answer to the main question :)
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Duncan
For that, you'll need to find someone who cares less about your long-term interests than I do. I'd certainly consider Illinois, at the very least.
For that, you'll need to find someone who cares less about your long-term interests than I do. I'd certainly consider Illinois, at the very least.
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Ayousif-1
For that, you'll need to find someone who cares less about your long-term interests than I do. I'd certainly consider Illinois, at the very least.


Your concern for Durham, still the same if Full-time MBA or distance or online one?
I mean do you consider also Durham the very best in Distance MBA in this budget range?

[Edited by Ayousif-1 on Mar 04, 2019]

[quote]For that, you'll need to find someone who cares less about your long-term interests than I do. I'd certainly consider Illinois, at the very least. [/quote]

Your concern for Durham, still the same if Full-time MBA or distance or online one?
I mean do you consider also Durham the very best in Distance MBA in this budget range?
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Duncan
I don't think any of the options is the best outside of context: your biomedical industry goals. So, I would also consider which of these MBAs has the best network in the regions and firms you are focussing on. Obviously, a full-time MBA would be better for changing country, industry, role of more than one of those.
I don't think any of the options is the best outside of context: your biomedical industry goals. So, I would also consider which of these MBAs has the best network in the regions and firms you are focussing on. Obviously, a full-time MBA would be better for changing country, industry, role of more than one of those.
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