Triple / double accredited MBA - on budget

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kmb

hi all,

i am an engineer in the aerospace industry, i am looking at MBA to have an advancement in my career/move out of engineering. i have a MEng already.

i was on one of the new msc offered by UoL, it was exteremly disappointing. I would like to drop the course and start mba instead. and i have paid around £4000 already..which is biggest mistake i have ever made.

in short, i am lookin for a Triple / double accredited MBA, i can see MMU is offering £11,988... i think that is all i can afford... is there any other better option of online mba at this price?

Thanks all!

kim

hi all,

i am an engineer in the aerospace industry, i am looking at MBA to have an advancement in my career/move out of engineering. i have a MEng already.

i was on one of the new msc offered by UoL, it was exteremly disappointing. I would like to drop the course and start mba instead. and i have paid around £4000 already..which is biggest mistake i have ever made.

in short, i am lookin for a Triple / double accredited MBA, i can see MMU is offering £11,988... i think that is all i can afford... is there any other better option of online mba at this price?

Thanks all!

kim
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Duncan

I am not sure what your goals are or why that is all you can afford. If you think there is some specific goal that can only be met by a triple / double accredited MBA, and that is your budget because it's the cost of the cheapest one you can find, then I don't think answering your question will help you move towards any imaginable career goal. 

I am not sure what your goals are or why that is all you can afford. If you think there is some specific goal that can only be met by a triple / double accredited MBA, and that is your budget because it's the cost of the cheapest one you can find, then I don't think answering your question will help you move towards any imaginable career goal. 
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Antoine

Hi Duncan, I am looking to do my MBA that is accredited. Ascencia business school and westford seems the best option so far in terms of budget.
alsi I’ve already paid my registration with ascension and unhappy with their teaching. I want to learn and not just get a stamped paper in hand .
Any suggestions . 

Hi Duncan, I am looking to do my MBA that is accredited. Ascencia business school and westford seems the best option so far in terms of budget.<br>alsi I’ve already paid my registration with ascension and unhappy with their teaching. I want to learn and not just get a stamped paper in hand .<br>Any suggestions .&nbsp;<br><br>
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StuartHE

Neither of those schools has meaningful accreditation.  Duncan has a good post at https://findmbaonline.com/board/general-forum/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288 

Neither of those schools has meaningful accreditation.&nbsp; Duncan has a good post at https://findmbaonline.com/board/general-forum/value-alternatives-to-unaccredited-mbas-58288&nbsp;
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maury

If you are aiming for a big career jump, an in-class MBA would be a much better investment.

For less dramatic career shifts, an online program could work. But a degree like the ones you are mentioning would not give you that much career mobility. Look instead at the programs ranked in the FT, and look especially at the post-degree salary stats on this ranking, as this will give you a better idea of the kind of ROI that's possible. Short story: it's worth it to invest more money in a better program. 

If you are aiming for a big career jump, an in-class MBA would be a much better investment.<br><br>For less dramatic career shifts, an online program could work. But a degree like the ones you are mentioning would not give you that much career mobility. Look instead at the programs ranked in the FT, and look especially at the post-degree salary stats on this ranking, as this will give you a better idea of the kind of ROI that's possible. Short story: it's worth it to invest more money in a better program.&nbsp;
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