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Financial times has published a listing of online MBA universities for 2009. Based on the listing of online MBA universities the top 5 universities offering online MBA courses by number of international students are
1. Swiss Management Center
2. U21 Global
3. Robert Kennedy College
4. Bradford University School of Management
Following snapshot gives a listing of top 10 online MBA universities. This listing contains information on ‘No. of enrolled students’, ‘% of international students and ‘% online cwork’ ( %course work online). 100 % course work online for a MBA university indicates that students do not need to attend any part of the course in person.
See complete list of Online MBA universities.
Harvard Business School (HBS) has recently come up with 2+2 program to admit undergraduate students to it’s prestigious MBA program. Students apply to this program when they are still in college. If admitted to Harvard Business School, the students are required to work for 2 years before they start the MBA program at HBS. The benefit of the 2+2 program is that you will have an Read the rest of this entry »
Value of MBA degree is measured by two parameters, the return an MBA degree provides in terms of the salary post MBA and how much it costs to get an MBA degree. This value of MBA is also called the return on investment of MBA degree. Suppose your salary before MBA was X and it costed Y to do the MBA, then the immediate value of your MBA is (Y-X) divided by X, here (Y-X) is the increase in Read the rest of this entry »
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Is top MBA degree from Ivy league college required to be successful in your career? A study by Wall Street Journal seems to support that you can be successful even if you do not have a top MBA degree. Here is the excerpt:
“Most CEOs of the biggest corporations didn’t attend Ivy League or other highly selective colleges. They went to state universities, big and small, or to less-known private colleges….
Some 10% of CEOs currently heading the top 500 companies received undergraduate degrees from Ivy League colleges, …” Read the rest of this entry »