Introducing FIND MBA Online


Michael Fi...
ADMINISTRATOR

Hi everbody,

Due to the explosive growth in interest around distance learning—not least of which is due to the COVID-19 pandemic—we have decided to launch a new website specifically designed for those seeking Online MBA programs. I’d like to introduce FIND MBA Online:

https://findmbaonline.com

For those who have been using FIND MBA, the new site should look pretty similar. On FIND MBA Online, we host a directory of business schools offering Online MBA programs, as well as high-quality, journalistic articles and Top 10 Lists, plus a discussion forum. There’s also our Application Tracker, where you can keep track of all of your applications to Online MBA programs.

Notably, active users of our discussion forum will note that FIND MBA’s Distance Learning subforum has been completely moved to the new website. If you already have a user account on FIND MBA and would like to participate in the subforum, you can just login to the new site with your FIND MBA user info.

We hope that this change will help MBA applicants programs stay focused on the type of learning they want to pursue.

Happy applying!
Michael

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Michael Filtz
FIND MBA

Hi everbody,

Due to the explosive growth in interest around distance learning—not least of which is due to the COVID-19 pandemic—we have decided to launch a new website specifically designed for those seeking Online MBA programs. I’d like to introduce FIND MBA Online:

https://findmbaonline.com

For those who have been using FIND MBA, the new site should look pretty similar. On FIND MBA Online, we host a directory of business schools offering Online MBA programs, as well as high-quality, journalistic articles and Top 10 Lists, plus a discussion forum. There’s also our Application Tracker, where you can keep track of all of your applications to Online MBA programs.

Notably, active users of our discussion forum will note that FIND MBA’s Distance Learning subforum has been completely moved to the new website. If you already have a user account on FIND MBA and would like to participate in the subforum, you can just login to the new site with your FIND MBA user info.

We hope that this change will help MBA applicants programs stay focused on the type of learning they want to pursue.

Happy applying!
Michael

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Michael Filtz
FIND MBA
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aslamo

This sounds like a great idea, will check the site out.

This sounds like a great idea, will check the site out.
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Geo

Excellent! 1f44d

[Edited by Geo on Jul 31, 2020]

Excellent! :thumbsup:
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smartcanad...

Based on the questions in this forum, I think the new website might benefit from a "top 10/20 cheapest accredited MBA from US/UK" or something like that.   That way we can just redirect those questions to that link :)

I looked at your top 10 lists and I don't even see the popular ones like UIUC and Boston U.  

Based on the questions in this forum, I think the new website might benefit from a "top 10/20 cheapest accredited MBA from US/UK" or something like that.&nbsp; &nbsp;That way we can just redirect those questions to that link :)<br><br>I looked at your top 10 lists and I don't even see the popular ones like UIUC and Boston U.&nbsp;&nbsp;
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sts

Well, I am sure you have made this change with all the best intentions; however, considering the blurring lines between the different modes of delivery in higher education with some kind of a blended approach potentially becoming the new norm in today's world, implementing a stricter boundary between the resources for online and on-campus programmes by creating two distinct websites for these seems to be a move just against the tide, in my view. Why should I bother to use two links instead of one, and why should I need to decide on the delivery mode prior to log in? Of course, I respect your decision, but I don't think that it makes sense, to be honest.

Regards,

Well, I am sure you have made this change with all the best intentions; however, considering the blurring lines between the different modes of delivery in higher education with some kind of a blended approach potentially becoming the new norm in today's world, implementing a stricter boundary between the resources for online and on-campus programmes by creating two distinct websites for these seems to be a move just against the tide, in my view. Why should I bother to use two links instead of one, and why should I need to decide on the delivery mode prior to log in? Of course, I respect your decision, but I don't think that it makes sense, to be honest.<br><br>Regards,
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