Value alternatives to unaccredited MBAs? (10k+ views)


Duncan

No, I mean that RoI is a percentage and NPV is a cash value. RoI is the ratio between what you get back, and what you invest. For example, if I buy 10kg of rice for £19 rather than 40 packs of 250g at £0.65 (£25.60) I have a 35% RoI. However, if an MBA increases my salary from $135k to $180k, then that's only 33% more. So, RoI looks unfavourable. However, an extra $45k a year is worth more than the £6.60 I am saving on rice. So, focus on the likely lifetime value of the additional salary from an MBA, otherwise you will focus on low-price options that have modest returns. 

No, I mean that RoI is a percentage and NPV is a cash value. RoI is the ratio between what you get back, and what you invest. For example, if I buy 10kg of rice for £19 rather than 40 packs of 250g at £0.65 (£25.60) I have a 35% RoI. However, if an MBA increases my salary from $135k to $180k, then that's only 33% more. So, RoI looks unfavourable. However, an extra $45k a year is worth more than the £6.60 I am saving on rice. So, focus on the likely lifetime value of the additional salary from an MBA, otherwise you will focus on low-price options that have modest returns. 
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Hi Duncan,
I'm in search of an affordable accredited online MBA program and would greatly appreciate your guidance on choosing between the Deakin University Global MBA offered through Upgrad and the MBA program at UL Lafayette Graduate School. Could you please share your insights on the legitimacy of Upgrad? Your assistance is highly valued. Thank you!


<div><br></div><div>Hi Duncan,</div><br><div>I'm in search of an affordable accredited online MBA program and would greatly appreciate your guidance on choosing between the Deakin University Global MBA offered through Upgrad and the MBA program at UL Lafayette Graduate School. Could you please share your insights on the legitimacy of Upgrad? Your assistance is highly valued. Thank you!
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Duncan

Upgrad has, as you would expect from a low cost provider trying to generate "collabs" with cautious schools serving buyers with high expectations, a lot of uneven feedback. If you are in the Americas, UL is the obvious choice. 

Upgrad has, as you would expect from a low cost provider trying to generate "collabs" with cautious schools serving buyers with high expectations, a lot of uneven feedback. If you are in the Americas, UL is the obvious choice.&nbsp;
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