Affordable, Accredited EMBA


So my boyfriend is 38 and has several years experience in retail management - but only has a vocational degree, no official BA.

He’s keen to do an accredited EMBA course - but something that is affordable as he has a young son as well.

I took the opposite route in life and ended up taking academia quite seriously - and I want to support him to do this now as the longer he waits the more difficult it will be for him to get in.

Couple questions - what accredited and affordable EMBAs would you recommend?

And should he get a Level 7 CMI certification to help his prospects of getting in?

We’ve been looking at Birkbeck / Central Saint Martins joint programme - but not sure of its reputation. Currently it’s £27k.

Any help or advice greatly appreciated!
So my boyfriend is 38 and has several years experience in retail management - but only has a vocational degree, no official BA.

He’s keen to do an accredited EMBA course - but something that is affordable as he has a young son as well.

I took the opposite route in life and ended up taking academia quite seriously - and I want to support him to do this now as the longer he waits the more difficult it will be for him to get in.

Couple questions - what accredited and affordable EMBAs would you recommend?

And should he get a Level 7 CMI certification to help his prospects of getting in?

We’ve been looking at Birkbeck / Central Saint Martins joint programme - but not sure of its reputation. Currently it’s £27k.

Any help or advice greatly appreciated!
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Duncan
That does not have meaningful accreditation. Lancaster is £20k, and the train tickets don't cost that much. The Henley flexible MBA is your value.
That does not have meaningful accreditation. Lancaster is £20k, and the train tickets don't cost that much. The Henley flexible MBA is your value.
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laurie
What are his goals?
What are his goals?
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