26 Year Serial American Entreprenuer - Trying to start an undergraduate program in Ireland


I am 44 years old, and I am a 26 year serial entreprenuer who has supported major enterprises in health care and I.T. for those years. I do not currently have a degree, I do have some college credits. But I am basically starting from scratch. I need a low-cost college who will allow an American with my academic career in their undergraduate program for Business Manangement or MBA?   I know some MBA programs consider life experience in lieu of a degree.



Any ideas?

[Edited by Ryan Thompson on May 07, 2021]

I am 44 years old, and I am a 26 year serial entreprenuer who has supported major enterprises in health care and I.T. for those years. I do not currently have a degree, I do have some college credits. But I am basically starting from scratch. I need a low-cost college who will allow an American with my academic career in their undergraduate program for Business Manangement or MBA?&nbsp; &nbsp;I know some MBA programs consider life experience in lieu of a degree.<br>
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Any ideas?
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BTW-  Ireland is the destination for my education

BTW-&nbsp; Ireland is the destination for my education
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Duncan

The most common masters route in Ireland for someone like you would be the IMI. It has a series of stackable professional diplomas, which can add up to an MSc in management from the AMBA-accredited University College Cork: https://www.imi.ie/product-category/masters-programmes/

In terms of an undergraduate degree, rhere's little difference in price between a weak school and a strong school. Take a look at: https://www.ucd.ie/quinn/courses/ 

Because completion rates are much higher in Europe, transfers are less common here and you will need to discuss that very much on a case by case basis. 

The most common masters route in Ireland for someone like you would be the IMI. It has a series of stackable professional diplomas, which can add up to an MSc in management from the AMBA-accredited University College Cork: https://www.imi.ie/product-category/masters-programmes/<br><br>In terms of an undergraduate degree, rhere's little difference in price between a weak school and a strong school. Take a look at: https://www.ucd.ie/quinn/courses/&nbsp;<br><br>Because completion rates are much higher in Europe, transfers are less common here and you will need to discuss that very much on a case by case basis.&nbsp;
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