Good MBA programmes under 16k GBP


Razors Edg...
That's a great deal for an AACSB accredited program. I wonder if they'll raise the cost next year.
That's a great deal for an AACSB accredited program. I wonder if they'll raise the cost next year.
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Larry
That's a great deal for an AACSB accredited program. I wonder if they'll raise the cost next year.

Oh undoubtedly.
[quote]That's a great deal for an AACSB accredited program. I wonder if they'll raise the cost next year.[/quote]
Oh undoubtedly.
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107XPLAN
No, there aren't many UK MBAs under 16k GBP. If you could get your budget up to 20-25k, there are some options:

https://find-mba.com/lists/other-top-business-school-lists/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-england



Hey thanks for this link. Two questions:

What does everybody think of Brunel and Sheffield? They seem to be rather affordable comparatively speaking.

Is Westminster no longer a low cost option? I can't seem to find any evidence that they have an MBA program.

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[quote] No, there aren't many UK MBAs under 16k GBP. If you could get your budget up to 20-25k, there are some options:

https://find-mba.com/lists/other-top-business-school-lists/top-10-budget-mba-programs-in-england

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Hey thanks for this link. Two questions:

What does everybody think of Brunel and Sheffield? They seem to be rather affordable comparatively speaking.

Is Westminster no longer a low cost option? I can't seem to find any evidence that they have an MBA program.
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Duncan
I think it depends on your goals. If you just want a British MBA then you could take the Sheffield MBA in Greece or the Nottingham MBA in Malaysia, spending less money and having better weather and food.
I think it depends on your goals. If you just want a British MBA then you could take the Sheffield MBA in Greece or the Nottingham MBA in Malaysia, spending less money and having better weather and food.
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mba hipste...
No, I don't think the Westminster MBA is on offer, at least for this year:

https://find-mba.com/board/uk-ireland/westminster-closes-mbas-56305
No, I don't think the Westminster MBA is on offer, at least for this year:

https://find-mba.com/board/uk-ireland/westminster-closes-mbas-56305
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mba hipste...
In regard to CEU, I saw this page on their website:

https://courses.ceu.edu/programs/mba/master-business-administration-global-executive-management

It's a "Master of Business Administration in Global Executive Management" offered in Vienna from 2020.

From that page:

The CEU MBA Program will distinguish itself as “the MBA for the Open World” – a rigorous, research-based mid-career managerial degree program that confidently integrates progressive Open-Society values into its curriculum, in view of their pivotal importance as success factors for entrepreneurs, managers and leaders in the post-industrial economy.
In regard to CEU, I saw this page on their website:

https://courses.ceu.edu/programs/mba/master-business-administration-global-executive-management

It's a "Master of Business Administration in Global Executive Management" offered in Vienna from 2020.

From that page:

[quote]The CEU MBA Program will distinguish itself as “the MBA for the Open World” – a rigorous, research-based mid-career managerial degree program that confidently integrates progressive Open-Society values into its curriculum, in view of their pivotal importance as success factors for entrepreneurs, managers and leaders in the post-industrial economy.[/quote]
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maury
Looks like it's less of a value than it used to be: over 24000 EUR for one year of study. I'd gather the degree is one year long? It doesn't mention on the webpage.
Looks like it's less of a value than it used to be: over 24000 EUR for one year of study. I'd gather the degree is one year long? It doesn't mention on the webpage.
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Duncan
They seem to have lost the team that taught the previous full time MBA. I am a fan of the CEU but would not recommend that degree.
They seem to have lost the team that taught the previous full time MBA. I am a fan of the CEU but would not recommend that degree.
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mba hipste...
I didn't notice the price. For that cost, this is no longer the value that it used to be. There are certainly other accredited programs at a lower cost, or programs with similar costs to this with better reputations / alumni networks.

And for budget-minded students, the cost of living in Vienna would be noticeably more expensive versus Budapest.
I didn't notice the price. For that cost, this is no longer the value that it used to be. There are certainly other accredited programs at a lower cost, or programs with similar costs to this with better reputations / alumni networks.

And for budget-minded students, the cost of living in Vienna would be noticeably more expensive versus Budapest.
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