University of Derby MBA Global or Edinburgh Napier University Distance MBA


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Dear Duncan,

I am a self funded student looking to start an MBA program in September/ October via Distance learning or Online. I have been accepted on the University of Derby MBA Global and waiting for the Edinburgh Napier University Distance Learning MBA application as well as my 1st choice which is the Bradford Distance Learning MBA. If Bradford does not come through I have also been provisionally accepted on the University of Northampton Executive MBA program. What do you recommend?
I understand ENU are in the process of getting AACSB but don't know about the reputation of the Derby program. The Bradford program is not really in doubt but costs more compared to the other and if accepted is the option I intend to settle for.
Please advise.
Thanks.
Dear Duncan,

I am a self funded student looking to start an MBA program in September/ October via Distance learning or Online. I have been accepted on the University of Derby MBA Global and waiting for the Edinburgh Napier University Distance Learning MBA application as well as my 1st choice which is the Bradford Distance Learning MBA. If Bradford does not come through I have also been provisionally accepted on the University of Northampton Executive MBA program. What do you recommend?
I understand ENU are in the process of getting AACSB but don't know about the reputation of the Derby program. The Bradford program is not really in doubt but costs more compared to the other and if accepted is the option I intend to settle for.
Please advise.
Thanks.
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Duncan
I am not sure what your goals are. I can't see any reason to take an MBA without international accreditation.
I am not sure what your goals are. I can't see any reason to take an MBA without international accreditation.
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Bradford of course would be the better option. Have you looked into the Illinois program? You can start by taking (low / no cost) classes before you actually start getting into the real MBA program meat.
Bradford of course would be the better option. Have you looked into the Illinois program? You can start by taking (low / no cost) classes before you actually start getting into the real MBA program meat.
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