UNICAF University of South Wales MBA


helen99
A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality
A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality
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Duncan
You really cannot say that it's *very high* quality. Take a look at the thread here: https://find-mba.com/board/africa/online-mba-university-of-south-wales-through-unicaf-46882 It lacks meaningful international accreditation, and USW is one of the UK's worst universities.
You really cannot say that it's *very high* quality. Take a look at the thread here: https://find-mba.com/board/africa/online-mba-university-of-south-wales-through-unicaf-46882 It lacks meaningful international accreditation, and USW is one of the UK's worst universities.
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Razors Edg...
Very high quality

No. No it's isn't. Typically when accreditation is discussed on this forum, it's referring to AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS. This school doesn't have any of those.
[quote]Very high quality[/quote]
No. No it's isn't. Typically when accreditation is discussed on this forum, it's referring to AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS. This school doesn't have any of those.
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Duncan
Useful context: USW continues to be in the bottom 10% of UK universities: https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?s=Business+%26+Management+Studies
Useful context: USW continues to be in the bottom 10% of UK universities: https://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?s=Business+%26+Management+Studies
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Metalist
A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality

Did anyone graduate from that program before? I am looking for feedbacks from people who enrolled in that program.
[quote]A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality[/quote]
Did anyone graduate from that program before? I am looking for feedbacks from people who enrolled in that program.
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rafael
A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality

Did anyone graduate from that program before? I am looking for feedbacks from people who enrolled in that program.


Hi! I am nearly completing the program, hopefully by June this year. Actually, I'm on my second to the last module. The program costs 2,935 pounds as I was given 80% scholarship and I was surprised considering the cost, I had a tutor in one module who is a Phd graduate from Cranfield and is a lecturer in Durham and Liverpool. As far as I know, others were paying more as they were only given 50%-60%. I enrolled in the program because the cost is a very good deal for me. In my country, only 1 business school is AACSB accredited and the cost is too expensive for locals so only foreign nationals can afford it. I'm not aware of this accreditation until I did my research. USW being non-AACSB is not a deal-breaker for me since in my country, a UK MBA is highly regarded as long as it is government recognized, meaning not a diploma mill. Well, this is only in my case and may not be applicable to others.
[quote][quote]A very good opportunity as the programme is offered through a UNICAF scholarship and is a UK fully accredited MBA degree awarded by a British university.

Very high quality[/quote]
Did anyone graduate from that program before? I am looking for feedbacks from people who enrolled in that program.
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Hi! I am nearly completing the program, hopefully by June this year. Actually, I'm on my second to the last module. The program costs 2,935 pounds as I was given 80% scholarship and I was surprised considering the cost, I had a tutor in one module who is a Phd graduate from Cranfield and is a lecturer in Durham and Liverpool. As far as I know, others were paying more as they were only given 50%-60%. I enrolled in the program because the cost is a very good deal for me. In my country, only 1 business school is AACSB accredited and the cost is too expensive for locals so only foreign nationals can afford it. I'm not aware of this accreditation until I did my research. USW being non-AACSB is not a deal-breaker for me since in my country, a UK MBA is highly regarded as long as it is government recognized, meaning not a diploma mill. Well, this is only in my case and may not be applicable to others.
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