So I discovered Edx (I'm late to the party, I know). I had a look through their micromasters. Two that really interested me were the micromaster from University of Maryland which has already been discussed on this board a couple times, and the corporate innovation micromaster from University of Queensland. I have some money to burn on another education course and I'm hesitating between these two. Since I already have the ENEB MBA (which is obviously not to be compared to this one) is there a benefit for me to still take this course from University of Maryland? Or would the certificate (micromaster) in corporate innovation be more complementing to my curriculum vitae? The corporate innovation master from University of Queensland is 15 American credits, while the MBA core curriculum from University of Maryland is 14 credits. Both seem really appealing to me but I can't decide which one would be more beneficial to my cv. I doubt that employers here in Belgium know any of those two universities. I'm leaning towards the uni of Maryland programme because its global ranking is much higher. It also seems fun because you get to really interact with classmates in this programme as it is made up of virtual online lessons. You also get the opportunity to build a network. The other master from the Aussi university is online and self-paced. It seems really interesting though, this micromaster of corporate innovation. The tuition for Uni of Queensland is less than $25k if you have completed the micromaster, to get the full master. It gives you 1/3th of the credits of the full master. The Uni of Maryland micromaster gives you 1/4th of the credits and tuition after the Edx micromaster certificate is still over $70k. Maybe I could have an employer later on pay for me to take the rest of the master in Australia since it's '' only $25k''? But it seems that $70k would be an insane amount to expect an employer to ever pay that, so the University of Maryland microcredential would likely be an end-stop if I take that one. Breaking my head over which of these two would be most beneficial for me to complement my cv for now? Advice?