Low Cost MBA or Msc Abroad


shoiab

Hi all this shoiab from India. I would like to pursue my MBA in Marketing or international business abroad in U.S or U.K. I would also like to know about Msc Program in Business specifically which is better MBA or Msc.

I have completed my Bachelor in Business Administration (6.71 GPA) and have two years work experience as sales and marketing communication coordination. I am currently living in saudi arabia.

I would like to find some low cost university abroad...please provide your best suggestions

Thank You

Hi all this shoiab from India. I would like to pursue my MBA in Marketing or international business abroad in U.S or U.K. I would also like to know about Msc Program in Business specifically which is better MBA or Msc.

I have completed my Bachelor in Business Administration (6.71 GPA) and have two years work experience as sales and marketing communication coordination. I am currently living in saudi arabia.

I would like to find some low cost university abroad...please provide your best suggestions

Thank You

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Duncan

There are not many low-cost MBAs in the US and UK. What sort of budget do you have?

There are not many low-cost MBAs in the US and UK. What sort of budget do you have?

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shoiab

I have a budget around 5000 Euro , and if particularly there are no low cost MBAs in U.S. or U.K, is there any where else i can Opt for? and please do let me know bout Msc.

Thank You

I have a budget around 5000 Euro , and if particularly there are no low cost MBAs in U.S. or U.K, is there any where else i can Opt for? and please do let me know bout Msc.

Thank You
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Duncan

Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012 and add the column called "Fees". Around 40% have fees that fit your budget.

Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012 and add the column called "Fees". Around 40% have fees that fit your budget.
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shoiab

Thank You, for the help.

I have been suggested London school of Commerce. but i am not sure about its accreditation and future prospects if doing my mba from their.

I am also more interested in goin to U.S. but i am not able to find any university within my reach.

Mr. Dunkan can you also tell if MBA is more favorable or Msc in terms of my future career. As which holds more weightage.

Thank You, for the help.

I have been suggested London school of Commerce. but i am not sure about its accreditation and future prospects if doing my mba from their.

I am also more interested in goin to U.S. but i am not able to find any university within my reach.

Mr. Dunkan can you also tell if MBA is more favorable or Msc in terms of my future career. As which holds more weightage.
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Duncan

No, London School of Commerce isn't as good as choice as the MSc programmes listed above from respected, ranked schools with one or more of the top accreditations (http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations). An MBA is better than an MSc from the same school, but and MSc from a respected university is stronger than an MBA from a private, for profit college like LSC which does not have the right to award its own degrees.

No, there are no accredited masters degrees in the USA for under 5k.

No, London School of Commerce isn't as good as choice as the MSc programmes listed above from respected, ranked schools with one or more of the top accreditations (http://www.find-mba.com/accreditations). An MBA is better than an MSc from the same school, but and MSc from a respected university is stronger than an MBA from a private, for profit college like LSC which does not have the right to award its own degrees.

No, there are no accredited masters degrees in the USA for under 5k.
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ralph

If I were you I would save my money - there's absolutely nothing in that range that would be worth the investment.

A lot of the less expensive MSc programs are in Europe - but in order to get really good deals you have to already be a resident - RSM's MScs are ranked, and less than 2k EUR per year if you're an EU citizen - but over 15k EUR per year if you aren't.

In the UK, the least you'd want to spend is around 14k - 18k GBP - for Bradford's MSc, Lancaster's MSc, Durham's MSc, etc.

There's nothing even close in the US. For comparison's sake, 12k EUR would get you the MBA program at CEU - but that's in Europe.

If I were you I would save my money - there's absolutely nothing in that range that would be worth the investment.

A lot of the less expensive MSc programs are in Europe - but in order to get really good deals you have to already be a resident - RSM's MScs are ranked, and less than 2k EUR per year if you're an EU citizen - but over 15k EUR per year if you aren't.

In the UK, the least you'd want to spend is around 14k - 18k GBP - for Bradford's MSc, Lancaster's MSc, Durham's MSc, etc.

There's nothing even close in the US. For comparison's sake, 12k EUR would get you the MBA program at CEU - but that's in Europe.
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shoiab

Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012 and add the column called "Fees". Around 40% have fees that fit your budget.


I have went through this list, the Schools which have fees around my budget are they good to be considered? and the fees provided are for domestic students or international students.

Thank You

<blockquote>Take a look at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2012 and add the column called "Fees". Around 40% have fees that fit your budget. </blockquote>

I have went through this list, the Schools which have fees around my budget are they good to be considered? and the fees provided are for domestic students or international students.

Thank You
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Duncan

These are all very good schools. How well they fit you depends on your career goals. Any of them is certainly better than a freshers MBA at the same price.

See the websites of the schools for fee levels. Generally, these will be the fees for international students.

These are all very good schools. How well they fit you depends on your career goals. Any of them is certainly better than a freshers MBA at the same price.

See the websites of the schools for fee levels. Generally, these will be the fees for international students.
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shoiab

Hi! Mr. Duncan

I have gone through a load of search and have finalize to quit goin to U.K. and plan for next year to U.S.

I would work for another year and accumulate funds.

But in the meantime for this year i would like to start an Msc. in Marketing/International Business Through Online Provided Coarses.

Please, help me as I am not able to find any Good online University for MSc. for 1 Year.

with this coarse i will be eligible for entry in a good U.S university with 16 years of education and 3 years of work Exp. with my Gmat scores

Thank You.

Hi! Mr. Duncan

I have gone through a load of search and have finalize to quit goin to U.K. and plan for next year to U.S.

I would work for another year and accumulate funds.

But in the meantime for this year i would like to start an Msc. in Marketing/International Business Through Online Provided Coarses.

Please, help me as I am not able to find any Good online University for MSc. for 1 Year.

with this coarse i will be eligible for entry in a good U.S university with 16 years of education and 3 years of work Exp. with my Gmat scores

Thank You.
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Duncan

No, I don't think you'll be able to find a good online MSc which can be completed online in one year. How about the LSE's Diploma for Graduates? http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/courses/diploma-graduates/lse/diploma-graduates-management#structure

No, I don't think you'll be able to find a good online MSc which can be completed online in one year. How about the LSE's Diploma for Graduates? http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/courses/diploma-graduates/lse/diploma-graduates-management#structure
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ralph

I have gone through a load of search and have finalize to quit goin to U.K. and plan for next year to U.S.


But in the meantime for this year i would like to start an Msc. in Marketing/International Business Through Online Provided Coarses.
Wait, you want to do an MBA in the US, but first you plan on charging through on an MSc?

I would save my money and get into the highest-ranked B-school in the US. If anything, you can look at general management programs aimed at younger participants, like this one at ESMT in Berlin:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2302

<blockquote>I have gone through a load of search and have finalize to quit goin to U.K. and plan for next year to U.S.</blockquote>

</blockquote>But in the meantime for this year i would like to start an Msc. in Marketing/International Business Through Online Provided Coarses. </blockquote>
Wait, you want to do an MBA in the US, but first you plan on charging through on an MSc?

I would save my money and get into the highest-ranked B-school in the US. If anything, you can look at general management programs aimed at younger participants, like this one at ESMT in Berlin:

http://www.nextexecutive.com/courses/2302
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DK

Hi all this shoiab from India. I would like to pursue my MBA in Marketing or international business abroad in U.S or U.K. I would also like to know about Msc Program in Business specifically which is better MBA or Msc.

I have completed my Bachelor in Business Administration (6.71 GPA) and have two years work experience as sales and marketing communication coordination. I am currently living in saudi arabia.

I would like to find some low cost university abroad...please provide your best suggestions

Thank You


What you have to do is that study BTec Edexcel level 7 in strategic management and leadership by distance from Stratford business school uk and top it up with Anglia Ruskin University or Leeds metropolitan, plymouth university or northampton.

<blockquote>Hi all this shoiab from India. I would like to pursue my MBA in Marketing or international business abroad in U.S or U.K. I would also like to know about Msc Program in Business specifically which is better MBA or Msc.

I have completed my Bachelor in Business Administration (6.71 GPA) and have two years work experience as sales and marketing communication coordination. I am currently living in saudi arabia.

I would like to find some low cost university abroad...please provide your best suggestions

Thank You

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What you have to do is that study BTec Edexcel level 7 in strategic management and leadership by distance from Stratford business school uk and top it up with Anglia Ruskin University or Leeds metropolitan, plymouth university or northampton.
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Duncan

That will not help this person study in the US.

That will not help this person study in the US.
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safwan

There are not many low-cost MBAs in UK. What sort of budget do you have?
I have 7000 pounds for 1 year

<blockquote>There are not many low-cost MBAs in UK. What sort of budget do you have?
I have 7000 pounds for 1 year

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Duncan

You can't get good MBA for that price bit there are some other good masters degrees in the UK. Look at http://www.mastersportal.eu/search/?q=ci-30|di-23|lv-master|tm-0|tt-noneea|tu-year|tx-8500||a5509ad8&sort=tuition_eea,desc

One that that stands out is the MLitt in International Business and Strategy at St Andrews http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/courses/route/TALFMGTCBSG/year/2013-4 It's close to your budget (£8,750 acording to http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/pgstudents/money/tuitionfees/pg13/2013onwards/#management) and is taught with Moscow State.

But, really, with such a low budget I suggest you study outside the UK.

You can't get good MBA for that price bit there are some other good masters degrees in the UK. Look at http://www.mastersportal.eu/search/?q=ci-30|di-23|lv-master|tm-0|tt-noneea|tu-year|tx-8500||a5509ad8&sort=tuition_eea,desc

One that that stands out is the MLitt in International Business and Strategy at St Andrews http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/courses/route/TALFMGTCBSG/year/2013-4 It's close to your budget (£8,750 acording to http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/pgstudents/money/tuitionfees/pg13/2013onwards/#management) and is taught with Moscow State.

But, really, with such a low budget I suggest you study outside the UK.
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