What are my chances of getting into durham global mba?


Frank

hi,
I would like to know my chances of getting into Durham global MBA, distance learning option with the following profile.
1) 10 years experience in supply chain and manufacturing and last job as operations manager
2) bachelor degree in Economics in singapore
3) No Gmat taken

Thanks.

hi,
I would like to know my chances of getting into Durham global MBA, distance learning option with the following profile.
1) 10 years experience in supply chain and manufacturing and last job as operations manager
2) bachelor degree in Economics in singapore
3) No Gmat taken

Thanks.
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donho199

Definitely yes durham is a very good machine makers and yourselves are seen as nice cashcow

all the best

Definitely yes durham is a very good machine makers and yourselves are seen as nice cashcow

all the best
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Duncan

I don't think Durham is making a big profit on its MBA!

Yes, you stand a good chance of direct admission. If not, use one of the open access routes:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/mba-dl/admissions/

I don't think Durham is making a big profit on its MBA!

Yes, you stand a good chance of direct admission. If not, use one of the open access routes:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/mba-dl/admissions/
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Frank

Thanks for your reply.


Thanks for your reply.

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Mamit

you have fair chance of getting into Durham. but with 10+ years of exp you can also get through into some better ones.
Mamit

you have fair chance of getting into Durham. but with 10+ years of exp you can also get through into some better ones.
Mamit
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cdrsteve

Frank,

I was accepted by Durham MBA(DL) based on the following:

1. 15 years work experience
2. FCMA (UK) and CMA (Canada)
3. did not complete undergraduate degree
4. No GMAT

My application was accepted before sending in any academic transcript. I only sent in my CV and letter of good standing from CIMA and CMA Canada

Frank,

I was accepted by Durham MBA(DL) based on the following:

1. 15 years work experience
2. FCMA (UK) and CMA (Canada)
3. did not complete undergraduate degree
4. No GMAT

My application was accepted before sending in any academic transcript. I only sent in my CV and letter of good standing from CIMA and CMA Canada
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ezra


1. 15 years work experience

Interesting. Any insight on why you chose Durham's program rather than an online EMBA with that kind of experience?

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1. 15 years work experience
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Interesting. Any insight on why you chose Durham's program rather than an online EMBA with that kind of experience?
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cdrsteve

I have only applied for Durham's program, have not decided whether to attend.

I am at a stage where an MBA/EMBA probably will not increase my salary or advance my career.

Main reasons I am doing an MBA program are:

1. I regret not being able to finish my bachelor degree when I was younger,
2. A DL MBA program will satisfy CIMA's CPD hours requirement.

I am considering Durham as it's DL MBA is relative cheap compare to other programs and the school is somewhat reputable.

The point is: Frank should stand a good chance in gaining admission to Durham's DL MBA

I have only applied for Durham's program, have not decided whether to attend.

I am at a stage where an MBA/EMBA probably will not increase my salary or advance my career.

Main reasons I am doing an MBA program are:

1. I regret not being able to finish my bachelor degree when I was younger,
2. A DL MBA program will satisfy CIMA's CPD hours requirement.

I am considering Durham as it's DL MBA is relative cheap compare to other programs and the school is somewhat reputable.

The point is: Frank should stand a good chance in gaining admission to Durham's DL MBA
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Frank

Thanks for your replies.

Will submit my application to Durham soon.

I am looking at Durham due to the following reasons:

1) Durham has a global residence programme in Frankfurt and I am based in Frankfurt now.
2) Triple Accredidation
3) No distinction between DL,FT and PT.They all follow the same course curriculum.
4) As mentioned by cdrsteve, the cost is comparably reasonable for such reputable school.

cdrsteve, if you decide to go for it and if I am also accepted..maybe we can keep in touch as future classmate.


Thanks for your replies.

Will submit my application to Durham soon.

I am looking at Durham due to the following reasons:

1) Durham has a global residence programme in Frankfurt and I am based in Frankfurt now.
2) Triple Accredidation
3) No distinction between DL,FT and PT.They all follow the same course curriculum.
4) As mentioned by cdrsteve, the cost is comparably reasonable for such reputable school.

cdrsteve, if you decide to go for it and if I am also accepted..maybe we can keep in touch as future classmate.
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cammy

I don't think Durham is making a big profit on its MBA!

Yes, you stand a good chance of direct admission. If not, use one of the open access routes:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/mba-dl/admissions/


Duncan, why do you think try are making low profits there?

<blockquote>I don't think Durham is making a big profit on its MBA!

Yes, you stand a good chance of direct admission. If not, use one of the open access routes:
http://www.dur.ac.uk/dbs/glc/mba-dl/admissions/</blockquote>

Duncan, why do you think try are making low profits there?
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Duncan

I don't think any non-profit business schools make big profits. Their costs simply expand, because any surplus is ploughed back into scholarships, salaries and facilities. Most full-time MBA programmes make a loss.

I don't think any non-profit business schools make big profits. Their costs simply expand, because any surplus is ploughed back into scholarships, salaries and facilities. Most full-time MBA programmes make a loss.
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