MBA ,EMBA


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i am currently working at a mega transportation project in Riyadh and thinking of applying for an EMBA while working to help finance the program's fees.
i am a graduate of BS,CE bachelor of sc. in civil engineering class 2013, i want to start an MBA program now while i have less responsibilities outside work time, so when the right time comes to be promoted to a managerial position my mba education and skills will be available to support my career.

i have looked for universities such as Strathclyde in Bahrain that offer EMBA but it will be impossible for me to attend every weekend, i was wondering if i should enroll in a full online EMBA program or keep looking for an EMBA program that requires less attendance to the university in which i can do if the university is located anywhere in gulf area (Dubai , Bahrain,etc..)
i am currently working at a mega transportation project in Riyadh and thinking of applying for an EMBA while working to help finance the program's fees.
i am a graduate of BS,CE bachelor of sc. in civil engineering class 2013, i want to start an MBA program now while i have less responsibilities outside work time, so when the right time comes to be promoted to a managerial position my mba education and skills will be available to support my career.

i have looked for universities such as Strathclyde in Bahrain that offer EMBA but it will be impossible for me to attend every weekend, i was wondering if i should enroll in a full online EMBA program or keep looking for an EMBA program that requires less attendance to the university in which i can do if the university is located anywhere in gulf area (Dubai , Bahrain,etc..)
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Razors Edg...
You might want to look at modular EMBAs instead, where classes are delivered in blocks rather than every weekend. The LBS program in Dubai, for example, would be a great choice - that's delivered over long weekends (4 per term in the first two terms and then fewer in the remaining terms.)

Cass' EMBA might also be worth considering - that program is delivered over long weekends once per month.
You might want to look at modular EMBAs instead, where classes are delivered in blocks rather than every weekend. The LBS program in Dubai, for example, would be a great choice - that's delivered over long weekends (4 per term in the first two terms and then fewer in the remaining terms.)

Cass' EMBA might also be worth considering - that program is delivered over long weekends once per month.
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