Triple Crown, Global Online MBA <€25k, EU and USA


Agmoses

Hello,

I am looking for an online MBA program, triple crown accredited, and less than €25k that is recognized in the US and Europe.

I have narrowed it down to Bradford and Aston. Aston because it offers a finance focus and bypass CIMA Cert direct to qualifications. Am I missing any schools with better programs? Are these schools reputable?

I have 11+ years experience in Business Management in the Aerospace industry.

The course needs to be online as I will be moving around internationally for the next 5 years, thus no option for on campus learning.

Thanks in advance for your recommendation.

Hello,

I am looking for an online MBA program, triple crown accredited, and less than €25k that is recognized in the US and Europe.

I have narrowed it down to Bradford and Aston. Aston because it offers a finance focus and bypass CIMA Cert direct to qualifications. Am I missing any schools with better programs? Are these schools reputable?

I have 11+ years experience in Business Management in the Aerospace industry.

The course needs to be online as I will be moving around internationally for the next 5 years, thus no option for on campus learning.

Thanks in advance for your recommendation.
quote
StuartHE

What are your goals? Because Triple Crown schools are almost all European, you will need to choose between that and having excellent recognition in the USA. US MBAs are perhaps better respected in Europe than European MBAs are in the US. I would certainly put BU and UIUC above Aston and Bradford. 

If you have five years, the MIT Micromasters route to the Harvard masters in management, at $23,200, could also be an option. That's an ALM rather than an MBA but Harvard is well-recognised.

What are your goals? Because Triple Crown schools are almost all European, you will need to choose between that and having excellent recognition in the USA. US MBAs are perhaps better respected in Europe than European MBAs are in the US. I would certainly put BU and UIUC above Aston and Bradford.&nbsp;<br><br>If you have five years, the MIT Micromasters route to the Harvard masters in management, at $23,200, could also be an option. That's an ALM rather than an MBA but Harvard is well-recognised.
quote
mba hipste...

Bradford, if these are the only choices. Warwick would be a much, much better option, if you can do the additional investment. 

BTW I'm not sure that 'triple accreditation' adds much value over just having one or two of the main accreditations. 

Bradford, if these are the only choices. Warwick would be a much, much better option, if you can do the additional investment.&nbsp;<br><br>BTW I'm not sure that 'triple accreditation' adds much value over just having one or two of the main accreditations.&nbsp;
quote
LJanet

Hello!

I think your choice of Aston looks very good.
But as mentioned above, it really depends on your final goal.

Hello!<br><br>I think your choice of Aston looks very good.<br>But as mentioned above, it really depends on your final goal.<br><br>
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Bradford, United Kingdom 43 Followers 297 Discussions
Birmingham, United Kingdom 29 Followers 275 Discussions

Other Related Content

Business School Accreditation: A Differentiating Factor for MBA Applicants?

Article May 23, 2018

Many of the world’s top business schools have only one accreditation. So, why would a school seek many more? Should prospective MBAs factor accreditation into their decision of where to apply?

Hot Discussions