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Hi I'm a deputy project director of a large civil construction project in India. I work a 6 weeks on 2 weeks off roster returning to Ireland for my two weeks off. I want to commence my MBA but given my working roster I believe a correspondence MBA course is best, can you recommend any particular MBA course ? would any such qualification be viewed in any way as inferior to say the traditional MBAs?
I was looking into the part time MBAs at either UCC or UCD but my work would make the semester attendance impossible, I would appreciate any advise
Thanks

Hi I'm a deputy project director of a large civil construction project in India. I work a 6 weeks on 2 weeks off roster returning to Ireland for my two weeks off. I want to commence my MBA but given my working roster I believe a correspondence MBA course is best, can you recommend any particular MBA course ? would any such qualification be viewed in any way as inferior to say the traditional MBAs?
I was looking into the part time MBAs at either UCC or UCD but my work would make the semester attendance impossible, I would appreciate any advise
Thanks
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Duncan

How about one of these? http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-ranking-2014

How about one of these? http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/online-mba-ranking-2014
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Razors Edg...

If your schedule can accommodate it, you might want to look into a part-time MBA program, UCD Trinity has a good one, but I don't know if it would fit into your schedule.

Off the top of my head, I can't think of a single Ireland-based distance learning MBA that has international accreditation. However, there are a number in England, maybe check out these to start with:

Warwick
Bradford
Durham

From what I've heard (and the FT ranking Duncan linked to confirms it,) the Spain-based IE Business School program is one of the best in the world; there is some synchronous learning though, so if you are in India it might be a pain to schedule, but if you can deal with that it's definitely worth looking into.

If your schedule can accommodate it, you might want to look into a part-time MBA program, UCD Trinity has a good one, but I don't know if it would fit into your schedule.

Off the top of my head, I can't think of a single Ireland-based distance learning MBA that has international accreditation. However, there are a number in England, maybe check out these to start with:

Warwick
Bradford
Durham

From what I've heard (and the FT ranking Duncan linked to confirms it,) the Spain-based IE Business School program is one of the best in the world; there is some synchronous learning though, so if you are in India it might be a pain to schedule, but if you can deal with that it's definitely worth looking into.
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