I don;t know about this but my guess is that if they will want to sell the program, it is going to be the same as any other Spanish from Spain institution that is based on short essays and online non proctored exams. Even the British qualifications are most of the time essay based with no exams. Proctored exams are only used by top schools (e.g. U of Waterloo) nowadays, very few would consider Claustro if they make it difficult to get the diploma. I compare Claustro with your typical Canadian career online school that has value but it is not officially recognized. Again, you are paying $100 for an MBA, what do you expect? Last week I sent a package to the US and spent$60 dlls so just sending you the degree would probably cost $30 USD.