I am a manager in NYC (7 years professional & 2 years management experience) but planning on moving to London to follow my wife who accepted a new job. I want to take this time to get my MBA and solidify my business skills, as I have a poli sci undergrad degree.
I'm also a budding entrepreneur and am interested in low cost options that are more about education than prestige. I haven't taken the GMAT and don't have the time to study to get a decent score. The way I see it, the more money I can save on my MBA now, is money that I can put towards starting a company after graduation.
I was looking at Brunel, London South Bank, Kingston, and London Met. I realize these are not "elite" but if I don't want to spend the money to go to LBS/LSE/etc... I might as well go with affordable options versus still unknown but moderately expensive programs. Without a GMAT, the elite schools are off the table anyways.
Any thoughts on these programs? I would still like the MBA to be somewhat relevant if I don't end up starting my own business or it isn't successful. I like LSBU due to their focus on entrepreneurship and incubation center.
[Edited by LondonMBA878787 on Feb 23, 2019]