University of Liverpool or University of Roehampton


Elliot

Hi,
I have over 12 year of experience on supply chain and currently working. I need to pursue my MBA so that I can move up on my career path and I want to do my MBA 100% online. Now I need to choose and I understand the accreditation is very important but University of Liverpool is so expensive. Is it worth it or should I go to Roehampton? Please help me decide

Hi,
I have over 12 year of experience on supply chain and currently working. I need to pursue my MBA so that I can move up on my career path and I want to do my MBA 100% online. Now I need to choose and I understand the accreditation is very important but University of Liverpool is so expensive. Is it worth it or should I go to Roehampton? Please help me decide
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Duncan

I cannot imagine how Roehampton could help you.

How much is Liverpool?

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 08, 2016]

I cannot imagine how Roehampton could help you.

How much is Liverpool?
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Elliot

Thank you Duncan,
I think it is about $23,000

Thank you Duncan,
I think it is about $23,000
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Duncan

That's more than the Illinois MBA on coursera, which is a much better degree from one of the world's great universities.

That's more than the Illinois MBA on coursera, which is a much better degree from one of the world's great universities.
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Elliot

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.
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Elliot

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.
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Elliot

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

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Elliot

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

but do you also think that if I get my MBA from Liverpool, it will be recognizable specially in the US.

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Duncan

No. Liverpool doesn't have a well-known business school or a large alumni network in the USA. It's not in any notable rankings of business schools or of MBA programmes. I think there's some unfair snobbishness against it because of the way it has franchised its online MBAs, similarly to the way that Leicester and Heriot-Watt have suffered. Ilinois, of course, will be very well respected since it has one of the world's top 100 full-time MBAs. and top 50 in the US: https://mba.illinois.edu/rankings/

No. Liverpool doesn't have a well-known business school or a large alumni network in the USA. It's not in any notable rankings of business schools or of MBA programmes. I think there's some unfair snobbishness against it because of the way it has franchised its online MBAs, similarly to the way that Leicester and Heriot-Watt have suffered. Ilinois, of course, will be very well respected since it has one of the world's top 100 full-time MBAs. and top 50 in the US: https://mba.illinois.edu/rankings/
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Elliot

Thank you

Thank you
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Elliot

Thank you

Thank you
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Elliot

hi
Can you please give me another option that I can check other than Ilinois with similar status, and I am looking for MBA that I will be done with 24 months.
Thank you again

hi
Can you please give me another option that I can check other than Ilinois with similar status, and I am looking for MBA that I will be done with 24 months.
Thank you again
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Duncan

Not at the same.price and status. Bradford and North Dakota are options.

Not at the same.price and status. Bradford and North Dakota are options.
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Duncan

PS.see the FT Online MBA ranking for 2016,which just came.out.

PS.see the FT Online MBA ranking for 2016,which just came.out.
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BenS

Do not recommend MBA at the University of Liverpool (the UK).
The leaders of the program are women who have been working the ages on their roles, because of what they are very relaxed and don’t want to provide any kind of support.
Very biased attitude towards a certain nationality or gender.
Act only according to their whims, lack of objectivity.
There is no support in employment absolutely. Only the consumer attitude towards students.
In general, the teaching staff is very weak.
When it comes to the atmosphere among the students: also a bulls**t.
Most of them from Indonesia and China, each nationality supports only their own, competitive and evil as in a war, there is no adequate cooperation or teamwork. Most of them without work experience, not professionals. Waste of time and money.

[Edited by BenS on Feb 20, 2018]

Do not recommend MBA at the University of Liverpool (the UK).
The leaders of the program are women who have been working the ages on their roles, because of what they are very relaxed and don’t want to provide any kind of support.
Very biased attitude towards a certain nationality or gender.
Act only according to their whims, lack of objectivity.
There is no support in employment absolutely. Only the consumer attitude towards students.
In general, the teaching staff is very weak.
When it comes to the atmosphere among the students: also a bulls**t.
Most of them from Indonesia and China, each nationality supports only their own, competitive and evil as in a war, there is no adequate cooperation or teamwork. Most of them without work experience, not professionals. Waste of time and money.
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