I am considering enrolling a distance learning MBA program in UK. The background is similar as many people. I cannot afford to lose my job, DL MBA in UK is more cost effective than US, and so on.
So the names I picked up would be similar too.
Warwick: I cannot join the compulsory on-campus so often.
Manchester: The next intake is July, relatively expensive.
So Durham and Bradford would be my preference meanwhile I have some questions about University of London.
I understand now Imperial is not a member of UoL and the distance learning MBA program is not relevant with LBS or LSE, but Queen Mary, which provide the course, is probably not so bad name. And the cost is pretty cost effective. But this program seems not to be reputed well according to FT or other sources.
My question is what the main reason is. In my understanding, this course by UoL doesn't necessarily provide people with much interactive experience. Is this the main factor? Or is there any other reasons?
Another factor for me is it seems UoL and Queen Mary would provide "new" global MBA program from the next course. So I was wondering if it could have any good impact on me.
Last, my background to consider enrolling such course is 1) I just have BA, 2) I am considering landing a job in UN or other international public organization, 3) such organizations require applicant to have Masters degree.
[Edited by Perry1907 on Jan 05, 2017]