I was applying to different distance MBA programs mid of this year and thankfully got admitted to a couple of (among them Warwick, Durham, Aston, Bradford). I decided to go for Warwick and I hope I have made the correct choice.
However, during my selection process, I was purely focusing on distance programs, rather than EMBA's. Just recently, I asked myself the question, why not considering latter one, as I have roughly ten years of work experience and currently acting as Head of Controlling in a consulting company.
My recent search for existing EMBA's here in the UAE delivered interesting programs, especially LBS, INSEAD and CASS (Bradford and Strathclyde might be also fine, but the brand names and rankings let me not looking at 'em anymore). LBS and INSEAD are very expensive programs, so CASS would be the one interesting for me.
My question now is, shall I go for Warwick distance in January '19 and stop the search & headache & doubts. Or shall I give CASS a try and start the program in Sep '19. Is it worth it or wont there be a big add in value to Warwick? Only with LBS or INSEAD it would be, wouldn't it?
[Edited by Ash98 on Nov 19, 2018]