Bachelor degree in Business - ONLINE

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  1. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    That particular combo says a lot - places it in the top 2% or so of Euro-orbit business schools.
     
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  2. Mac Juli

    Mac Juli Active Member

    An interesting article can be read here - it includes a list of triple crown accredited business schools: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triple_accreditation
     
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  3. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    I note two Swiss schools made the list - IMD in Lausanne, which I mentioned earlier in the thread and University of St. Gallen. The University there only dates from 1898, but learning goes back a lot further in St. Gallen - at the Monastery there. 1000 years ago, it was an umm...hotbed - if the word is suitable for monastic use - of German-speakers who wrote entirely in Latin. I remember 60 years ago, learning about Notker Balbulus (The Stammerer, 950-1027) and a couple of his contemporaries. Notker was learned and pious, but not the most exciting writer, by a long shot. Especially for a young guy of 17-18, as I was then.

    The business school must be more exciting. Oh yeah ... it has to be.
     
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  4. TeacherBelgium

    TeacherBelgium Active Member

    Hesitating to take a level 6 qualification. The price is a steal at only 345.45 GBP. This qualification is equal to a bachelor's degree.
    It can be completed in 9 months of time and focuses on the professional marketing side of business.
    I have already 6 master's degrees to complete. Don't know if I should add this one to my list.
    It hurts to let it aside for so little money.

    On my curriculum I now have an associate's degree in legal studies and a master of business administration (soon to be finished).
    It looks so weird if no bachelor's degree will be on my curriculum.
    This qualification could fill that gap.
    I swear 345.45 GBP is just a steal.
    Especially for a British qualification that's accredited (by institute of business and technology and business school of London).

    Still breaking my head over what to do. Buy or not...

    https://www.theibt.co.uk/qualifications/level6_diploma_in_professional_digital_marketing

    This is the one I'm thinking about.
     
  5. Mac Juli

    Mac Juli Active Member


    Don't. I think you want something as a substitute for a bachelor's degree (extrapolation from your previous posts). But if yes, this is not the shortcut you might be looking for. As far as I know, it is not accredited by Ofqual. So, if you do it for the knowledge, I think it is perfect, but as a ersatz for a bachelor... no.
     
  6. TeacherBelgium

    TeacherBelgium Active Member

    So I looked at the Ofqual regulated qualifications and at the website of school of business, London for a cheap level 6 diploma that is still regulated.
    I found the APS Level 6 diploma in charted sales professionalism, 49 cats credits.
    Would this count as a bachelor-equivalent to visa authorities?
     
  7. Mac Juli

    Mac Juli Active Member

    I don't know. I don't think so, however - this would be approx. 25 ECTS points. A Bachelor (Top - Up) would habe 60. So, rather no.
     

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