Liverpool MBA --AACSB???


willian123

Liverpool MBA has achieve the AACSB accreditation。Does
this mean it is worth to apply?

Liverpool MBA has achieve the AACSB accreditation。Does
this mean it is worth to apply?
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Duncan

I think this depends on your goals and options. Liverpool doesn't have a well-rooted MBA alumni network or especially good outcomes for its students. It clearly has a strong position for its Football Industries MBA.

In reality, the school will have a high profile because it validates the Laureate distance learning MBA.

For on-campus study, I don't see why anyone from outside the football industry would study there fulltime when great schools, really world-class schools, like Newcastle or Birmingham, Royal Holloway, Skema or Brunel are the same cost.

I think this depends on your goals and options. Liverpool doesn't have a well-rooted MBA alumni network or especially good outcomes for its students. It clearly has a strong position for its Football Industries MBA.

In reality, the school will have a high profile because it validates the Laureate distance learning MBA.

For on-campus study, I don't see why anyone from outside the football industry would study there fulltime when great schools, really world-class schools, like Newcastle or Birmingham, Royal Holloway, Skema or Brunel are the same cost.
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ezra

Agree with Duncan. But I'd add that for somebody who's coming from abroad and wants a solid education and plans to return to his home country after graduation, Liverpool could be a consideration, if only as a safety school after Birmingham, say.

Agree with Duncan. But I'd add that for somebody who's coming from abroad and wants a solid education and plans to return to his home country after graduation, Liverpool could be a consideration, if only as a safety school after Birmingham, say.
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Duncan

I'm not sure how safe it will be. I think a school with a longer established MBA and a solid careers services programme will be better.

I'm not sure how safe it will be. I think a school with a longer established MBA and a solid careers services programme will be better.
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Mamit

The selection of a B-School should not only depend on the accreditation. Although accreditation is an important aspect as it underpins the university's reputation , but its more important to gauge if the school can help you in meeting your career goals.

The selection of a B-School should not only depend on the accreditation. Although accreditation is an important aspect as it underpins the university's reputation , but its more important to gauge if the school can help you in meeting your career goals.
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