Distance Learning MBA

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by Dim_St, Dec 14, 2019.

  1. Dim_St

    Dim_St New Member

    I'm looking to enroll for an MBA programme but I can only do it online (and maybe part time).
    Since I have no one to discuss this I would like to list some of my options hoping I will get some feedback. I'm looking for a college in Europe (not an online college that is nonexistent) with courses in English language and hopefully with a low cost. I've found:
    1. Swiss School of Business and Management - a) Standard MBA , b) Global MBA

    2. International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef - Bonn - Master of Business Administration

    3. BEBS Executive Business School - MBA in International Business Management

    4. London School of Business and Finance - Global MBA

    5. Manchester Metropolitan University - Master of Business Administration

    6. Robert Kennedy College - a) Master of Business Administration , b) MBA International Business, c) MBA Risk Management, d) MBA Management Consulting, e) MBA Innovation Leadership and Consulting, f) MBA Entrepreneurship and Innovation, g) MBA Leadership and Management

    7. University of Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft Ludwigshafen) - a)International Business Administration (MBA) , b) International Business Management (MBA), c) Management (MBA)

    These are some colleges I've found so far, the purpose of this thread is to hear peoples' opinion or these programmes. I want to make sure these are accredited so if anyone knows any information, or have experience, or have enrolled to any of these please leave a comment.
    Now if you have another suggestion please let me know, it will be much appreciated.
    Mean comments will be ignored.
  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    I have moved your question to the Business/MBA forum. I suggest you do some reading in the available threads. Most of the schools you've mentioned have been discussed here and you can find those discussions using the search widget. Most of your options will be in the UK, for obvious reasons.

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