BU oMBA vs. Open University MBA tech. management


Good evening,

I am a software engineer with a PhD and a few years’ work experience. I am not looking for a major career change, but rather to advance towards more senior, strategy-focused positions within my sector.

I am particularly interested in the BU oMBA and the Open University’s MBA in technology management (and indeed, the contents of both programs are somehow similar). I have discarded other similar-priced programs such as the Bradford’s MBA because the curriculum is more centered around hard-skills modules (e.g. accounting, etc).

I live in Southern Europe, but down the line I might consider relocating to the UK.

I would appreciate any opinions regarding the best option course for my goals. Thanks in advance!

Good evening,

I am a software engineer with a PhD and a few years’ work experience. I am not looking for a major career change, but rather to advance towards more senior, strategy-focused positions within my sector.

I am particularly interested in the BU oMBA and the Open University’s MBA in technology management (and indeed, the contents of both programs are somehow similar). I have discarded other similar-priced programs such as the Bradford’s MBA because the curriculum is more centered around hard-skills modules (e.g. accounting, etc).

I live in Southern Europe, but down the line I might consider relocating to the UK.

I would appreciate any opinions regarding the best option course for my goals. Thanks in advance!
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Duncan

Which business schools are best represented in your sector, in Europe? 

Despite presentational differences, triple crown MBAs like Bradford and the OU will have very similar content in the core curriculum. You can't avoid hard skills and strategy requires them.  

Why not attend a top business school in your own country? 

Which business schools are best represented in your sector, in Europe?&nbsp;<br><br>Despite presentational differences, triple crown MBAs like Bradford and the OU will have very similar content in the core curriculum. You can't avoid hard skills and strategy requires them.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>Why not attend a top business school in your own country?&nbsp;
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