I am looking for advice (as most are on here!)
Some background info:
I am a Senior Financial Planning and Analysis Manager with 15 years experience in Accounting/Commercial Finance Roles. My goal is to become CFO or General Manager. I live in Sydney, Australia now however used to live in UK and therefore completed the CIMA qualification without doing a bachelors degree.
To get into these top jobs, I need to have an MBA and as I am working full time have been looking into doing a part time online MBA in Australia.
Now, because of the lack of bachelors, Sydney/UNSW/Macquarie are out of the question because they are strict and very competitive.
I have had informal assessments done by Deakin, Adelaide, RMIT, South Australia, Western Australia who will accept my CIMA qualification and I can also get a few units exemption given my CIMA qualification.
Which of these do you think is best? I am gravitating towards Deakin because of the double accreditation but South Australia seem good too.
Or alternatively there are UK programmes such as the University of London online MBA or University of Birmingham but I am worried employers in Australia will not know them and perhaps it is best to stick with the best I can get here.
Or the other thing I have been wondering is, given I don't have a bachelors, should I do another qualification first, say a masters and do really well in that to get into an even better uni here. Does something in the Deakin range suffice or should I really be aiming for UNSW?
Time is not necessarily on my side with being almost 40 and starting a family.
Any advice is much appreciated
[Edited by George8181 on May 06, 2020]