offshore accredited mba programs?


senor ray

i am looking for an mba program with all the following qualities.

1. accredited ( aacsb / equis / amba ).

2. distance learning ie can be pursued in India ( full / part time ).

3. the delivery of the program should NOT be 100% online as such mba programs are NOT recognized in India.

hi and thanks in advance. this is my first post here.

[Edited by senor ray on Dec 24, 2015]

i am looking for an mba program with all the following qualities.

1. accredited ( aacsb / equis / amba ).

2. distance learning ie can be pursued in India ( full / part time ).

3. the delivery of the program should NOT be 100% online as such mba programs are NOT recognized in India.

hi and thanks in advance. this is my first post here.
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Duncan

Most of the European programmes in the FT online MBA ranking will meet your needs.

Most of the European programmes in the FT online MBA ranking will meet your needs.
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senor ray

Most of the European programmes in the FT online MBA ranking will meet your needs.


let me do some research on 'em.

and as i stated earlier, they should be somewhat blended ( should have some offline learning / proctored bricks 'n' mortar exam component also to make the degree legit where i reside ).

[quote]Most of the European programmes in the FT online MBA ranking will meet your needs. [/quote]

let me do some research on 'em.

and as i stated earlier, they should be somewhat blended ( should have some offline learning / proctored bricks 'n' mortar exam component also to make the degree legit where i reside ).
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maury

You should find out the exact requirements of what it takes for the MBA to be accepted in your country, because there are really quite a few options.

Look for "blended" programs that combine online and in-class learning. IE's Global MBA is probably the best-known, and offers two options: one with 20% of the class face-to-face and the other that meets once every six weeks.

I also know that the Warwick online MBA requires one face-to-face session, and you can do this in a variety of places. Durham's program has optional residency sessions.

You should find out the exact requirements of what it takes for the MBA to be accepted in your country, because there are really quite a few options.

Look for "blended" programs that combine online and in-class learning. IE's Global MBA is probably the best-known, and offers two options: one with 20% of the class face-to-face and the other that meets once every six weeks.

I also know that the Warwick online MBA requires one face-to-face session, and you can do this in a variety of places. Durham's program has optional residency sessions.
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