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I am currently searching for one year online MBA programs with a reputable university without entry requirements, based solely on continuous assessments and tuition fee up to 15,000 GBP. University of Liverpool and Roehampton met the said requirements to some extent but their programs run for two years.

Can anyone please advise if there's a better option and the need for dedicating two years instead of going for the other?

[Edited by senay haile on Nov 10, 2015]

I am currently searching for one year online MBA programs with a reputable university without entry requirements, based solely on continuous assessments and tuition fee up to 15,000 GBP. University of Liverpool and Roehampton met the said requirements to some extent but their programs run for two years.

Can anyone please advise if there's a better option and the need for dedicating two years instead of going for the other?
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mba hipste...

I'm not sure that there are many options in terms of one-year online programs. Most online programs are designed for students who are currently working and thus are longer and more spread out than full-time programs.

Warrington has an accelerated online program, but that program is about double your budget.

I'm not sure that there are many options in terms of one-year online programs. Most online programs are designed for students who are currently working and thus are longer and more spread out than full-time programs.

Warrington has an accelerated online program, but that program is about double your budget.

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Thanks for your advise. I completely agree with your view point.

On another note, is it advisable to have MBA from Roehampton in terms of acceptance in comparison to top UK universities? I think anyone can agree when it comes to University of Liverpool.

Thanks for your advise. I completely agree with your view point.

On another note, is it advisable to have MBA from Roehampton in terms of acceptance in comparison to top UK universities? I think anyone can agree when it comes to University of Liverpool.
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Duncan

I don't see how either of these could be optimal choices. Roehampton is one of the country's worst universities and, while Liverpool is a great university, it does not teach its own MBA or have the most respected European accreditations, EQUIS and AMBA.

I don't see how either of these could be optimal choices. Roehampton is one of the country's worst universities and, while Liverpool is a great university, it does not teach its own MBA or have the most respected European accreditations, EQUIS and AMBA.
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Thanks for your comments Duncan.

My issue is to find a well accredited online MBA within the budget of 15,000GBP, and I seem to find the FT ranked universities tuition fee are well beyond my budget. Thus, I've no option but to go for Roehampton.

If you can give me a university within my budget and better than Roehampton from any where in the world, I will look in to them.

Thanks for your comments Duncan.

My issue is to find a well accredited online MBA within the budget of 15,000GBP, and I seem to find the FT ranked universities tuition fee are well beyond my budget. Thus, I've no option but to go for Roehampton.

If you can give me a university within my budget and better than Roehampton from any where in the world, I will look in to them.
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Duncan

Well, the Illinois MBA with Coursera is $20,000 so that is well within your budget. That is a world-class MBA. ESCEM is also within your budget. Even Amity has EFMD accreditation, and I think that's under $5k. Bradford is only 16.5k GBP and that will give you excellent support.

Well, the Illinois MBA with Coursera is $20,000 so that is well within your budget. That is a world-class MBA. ESCEM is also within your budget. Even Amity has EFMD accreditation, and I think that's under $5k. Bradford is only 16.5k GBP and that will give you excellent support.
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Duncan

Also South Dakota, Nebraska... search the board with the names of these programmes and you'll find other budget suggestions.

Also South Dakota, Nebraska... search the board with the names of these programmes and you'll find other budget suggestions.
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mba hipste...

For a little more (currently around $25,500), you can do the online MBA from Nebraska-Lincoln, which is ranked in the FT.

For a little more (currently around $25,500), you can do the online MBA from Nebraska-Lincoln, which is ranked in the FT.
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