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Hello everyone

I’m looking to pursue MBA (Distance learning-online), I’m working as a Material & Procurement Specialist in a Corporate and my aim is to move further in a managerial level path.

I had narrow down with two universities that I can afford

1) Manchester metropolitan - with triple crown accreditation

2) University of Leicester- with only AMBA accreditation .

Your advice in this regard is highly appreciated and I appreciate if any recent alumni can share his experience with any of the above mentioned universities.

[Edited by Ingy Farouk on Jun 16, 2020]

Hello everyone <br>
I’m looking to pursue MBA (Distance learning-online), I’m working as a Material &amp; Procurement Specialist in a Corporate and my aim is to move further in a managerial level path.<br>
I had narrow down with two universities that I can afford <br>
1) Manchester metropolitan - with triple crown accreditation <br>
2) University of Leicester- with only AMBA accreditation . <br>
Your advice in this regard is highly appreciated and I appreciate if any recent alumni can share his experience with any of the above mentioned universities.
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Duncan

I don't think you will find alumni here. Try LinkedIn! 

[Edited by Duncan on Jun 16, 2020]

I don't think you will find alumni here. Try LinkedIn!&nbsp;
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laurie

I personally don't think the 'triple crown' adds much value over a school that has just one or two of the main accreditations. Much more important is post-MBA employment results and network.

LinkedIn is a great first step: look at the grads from the schools and see what kinds of positions they're in and at what firms. 

If you can stretch your budget a bit, Durham or Bradford would certainly be worth considering and definitely worth the additional investment. 

I personally don't think the 'triple crown' adds much value over a school that has just one or two of the main accreditations. Much more important is post-MBA employment results and network.<br><br>LinkedIn is a great first step: look at the grads from the schools and see what kinds of positions they're in and at what firms.&nbsp;<br><br>If you can stretch your budget a bit, Durham or Bradford would certainly be worth considering and definitely worth the additional investment.&nbsp;
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