Looking For An MBA
More and more institutions are offering MBA courses in the UK and abroad and we'll guide you through finding the best for you.
Firstly, there are some things you need to decide. Are you going to study at home or abroad? Even moving to another town will mean an increase in the overall cost of the course, even if it's just the cost of moving and renting a new flat. Studying abroad also means higher costs, and the host country may also have entry requirements, such as several thousand pounds in your bank account and refuse you the ability to work.
Whether to study online or offline is also a pivotal decision. Studying by correspondance means you can consider more institutions from all over the world without language or geography being a limiting factor, and may also make it cheaper overall.
You also need to decide if you're going to studying full-time or part-time. Many MBAs require real-world work experience, or at least highly encourage it, and it may not be practical to give up work completely or even switch to part-time.
It's important to make your notes before you even look for courses because your decisions here will make it quicker and easier to filter courses and institutions you come across that don't fit your needs. If you need part-time, off-campus courses it'll automatically exclude on-site full-time courses.
JustCourses.com lists current courses and lets you search by the criteria you need. As it isn't just a simple directory the courses listed are current and relevant and you can apply directly from there.