IE Global MBA Blended or Warwick DL MBA


los890

These programs are the top 2 in the FT online MBA ranking. Can anybody comment on the following factors comparing each?

- course content
- technology
- career outcome
- value for money

Warwick is a bit less money but I'm willing to invest in the best one even if it costs more.

These programs are the top 2 in the FT online MBA ranking. Can anybody comment on the following factors comparing each?

- course content
- technology
- career outcome
- value for money

Warwick is a bit less money but I'm willing to invest in the best one even if it costs more.
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Duncan

Tricky. I think these are both excellent courses and you can choose either of them confidently, unless your career plans hav an obvious geographical orientation.

Probably IE does better in the rankings because of its greater alumni base in the developing world, which gives it a PPP advantage. I think IE also has a better platform. Career services and progression are better from Warwick.

The big difference is time: 1,5 years with IE or over 3 years with Warwick. It depends on whether you want to study intensely or extensively.If intense study works for you, the IE-SMU MBA is great value.

Tricky. I think these are both excellent courses and you can choose either of them confidently, unless your career plans hav an obvious geographical orientation.

Probably IE does better in the rankings because of its greater alumni base in the developing world, which gives it a PPP advantage. I think IE also has a better platform. Career services and progression are better from Warwick.

The big difference is time: 1,5 years with IE or over 3 years with Warwick. It depends on whether you want to study intensely or extensively.If intense study works for you, the IE-SMU MBA is great value.
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LewisRob

I am also trying to decide between these schools but also Bradford. Each has its positives. The IE program, as noted above, is shorter, allowing me to finish more quickly. Warwick seemingly has a strong alumni network here in the UK. Bradford is less expensive.

I live in England but do a lot of international travel, making a residential program impossible. Any advice on this big decision would be appreciated. I am not considering other programs.

I am also trying to decide between these schools but also Bradford. Each has its positives. The IE program, as noted above, is shorter, allowing me to finish more quickly. Warwick seemingly has a strong alumni network here in the UK. Bradford is less expensive.

I live in England but do a lot of international travel, making a residential program impossible. Any advice on this big decision would be appreciated. I am not considering other programs.
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Duncan

Given the choices I would pick Warwick unless your career goals were focussed on the Hispanophone world. You will learn more in a three year programme and make more powerful connections through the alumni network and Warwick Weeks. The price performance is also exceptional.

Given the choices I would pick Warwick unless your career goals were focussed on the Hispanophone world. You will learn more in a three year programme and make more powerful connections through the alumni network and Warwick Weeks. The price performance is also exceptional.
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mba hipste...

Agreed. Plus, Warwick's alumni base in the UK seems to be stronger than Bradford's and IE's, at least according to LinkedIn data.

Agreed. Plus, Warwick's alumni base in the UK seems to be stronger than Bradford's and IE's, at least according to LinkedIn data.
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LewisRob

Sounds like Warwick is the way to go. Thanks guys.

Sounds like Warwick is the way to go. Thanks guys.
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