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QS Online MBA Rankings 2021

Discover the top online MBA programmes available to study around the world with the QS Online MBA Rankings 2021.

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings. The global disruption caused by the C ...

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings.

The global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has made online education more vital than ever before, and many of the top-ranked schools have seen increased interest in their online MBA programs. 

Pietro Micheli, Professor of Business Performance & Innovation and Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School, said: "The pandemic has seen demand increase significantly for our Distance Learning MBA.

"In fact demand and final recruitment numbers have increased significantly for both the Warwick and London formats of our Distance Learning MBA, and we are seeing a similar pattern for our June 2021 intakes with demand continuing to be extremely buoyant."

Ranked second this year, Imperial College Business School told us of their belief that greater flexibility in MBA programs is here to stay. Professor Markus Perkmann, Academic Director of the Global Online MBA, said: "We know that many of our MBA candidates want to personalise their MBA in terms of the topics they study, and we have therefore introduced a set of flexcore modules to allow for more choice.

"Students also value flexibility, so we have made the length of this part-time programme variable, so that our candidates can now choose to do their MBA in 21, 24 or 32 months."

Want to learn more about the world's top online MBA programmes? We've also taken a closer look at the schools with the most expensive tuition and the highest proportion of female students in their cohort.

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Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings. The global disruption caused by the C ...

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings.

The global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has made online education more vital than ever before, and many of the top-ranked schools have seen increased interest in their online MBA programs. 

Pietro Micheli, Professor of Business Performance & Innovation and Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School, said: "The pandemic has seen demand increase significantly for our Distance Learning MBA.

"In fact demand and final recruitment numbers have increased significantly for both the Warwick and London formats of our Distance Learning MBA, and we are seeing a similar pattern for our June 2021 intakes with demand continuing to be extremely buoyant."

Ranked second this year, Imperial College Business School told us of their belief that greater flexibility in MBA programs is here to stay. Professor Markus Perkmann, Academic Director of the Global Online MBA, said: "We know that many of our MBA candidates want to personalise their MBA in terms of the topics they study, and we have therefore introduced a set of flexcore modules to allow for more choice.

"Students also value flexibility, so we have made the length of this part-time programme variable, so that our candidates can now choose to do their MBA in 21, 24 or 32 months."

Want to learn more about the world's top online MBA programmes? We've also taken a closer look at the schools with the most expensive tuition and the highest proportion of female students in their cohort.

Read more
QS Online MBA Rankings 2021

Discover the top online MBA programmes available to study around the world with the QS Online MBA Rankings 2021.

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings. ...

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings.

The global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has made online education more vital than ever before, and many of the top-ranked schools have seen increased interest in their online MBA programs. 

Pietro Micheli, Professor of Business Performance & Innovation and Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School, said: "The pandemic has seen demand increase significantly for our Distance Learning MBA.

"In fact demand and final recruitment numbers have increased significantly for both the Warwick and London formats of our Distance Learning MBA, and we are seeing a similar pattern for our June 2021 intakes with demand continuing to be extremely buoyant."

Ranked second this year, Imperial College Business School told us of their belief that greater flexibility in MBA programs is here to stay. Professor Markus Perkmann, Academic Director of the Global Online MBA, said: "We know that many of our MBA candidates want to personalise their MBA in terms of the topics they study, and we have therefore introduced a set of flexcore modules to allow for more choice.

"Students also value flexibility, so we have made the length of this part-time programme variable, so that our candidates can now choose to do their MBA in 21, 24 or 32 months."

Want to learn more about the world's top online MBA programmes? We've also taken a closer look at the schools with the most expensive tuition and the highest proportion of female students in their cohort.

Read more
Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings. ...

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings.

The global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has made online education more vital than ever before, and many of the top-ranked schools have seen increased interest in their online MBA programs. 

Pietro Micheli, Professor of Business Performance & Innovation and Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School, said: "The pandemic has seen demand increase significantly for our Distance Learning MBA.

"In fact demand and final recruitment numbers have increased significantly for both the Warwick and London formats of our Distance Learning MBA, and we are seeing a similar pattern for our June 2021 intakes with demand continuing to be extremely buoyant."

Ranked second this year, Imperial College Business School told us of their belief that greater flexibility in MBA programs is here to stay. Professor Markus Perkmann, Academic Director of the Global Online MBA, said: "We know that many of our MBA candidates want to personalise their MBA in terms of the topics they study, and we have therefore introduced a set of flexcore modules to allow for more choice.

"Students also value flexibility, so we have made the length of this part-time programme variable, so that our candidates can now choose to do their MBA in 21, 24 or 32 months."

Want to learn more about the world's top online MBA programmes? We've also taken a closer look at the schools with the most expensive tuition and the highest proportion of female students in their cohort.

Read more

Now in its 10th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings are bigger than ever before with over 50 of the world's top business schools included in this year's rankings.

The global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has made online education more vital than ever before, and many of the top-ranked schools have seen increased interest in their online MBA programs. 

Pietro Micheli, Professor of Business Performance & Innovation and Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA at Warwick Business School, said: "The pandemic has seen demand increase significantly for our Distance Learning MBA.

"In fact demand and final recruitment numbers have increased significantly for both the Warwick and London formats of our Distance Learning MBA, and we are seeing a similar pattern for our June 2021 intakes with demand continuing to be extremely buoyant."

Ranked second this year, Imperial College Business School told us of their belief that greater flexibility in MBA programs is here to stay. Professor Markus Perkmann, Academic Director of the Global Online MBA, said: "We know that many of our MBA candidates want to personalise their MBA in terms of the topics they study, and we have therefore introduced a set of flexcore modules to allow for more choice.

"Students also value flexibility, so we have made the length of this part-time programme variable, so that our candidates can now choose to do their MBA in 21, 24 or 32 months."

Want to learn more about the world's top online MBA programmes? We've also taken a closer look at the schools with the most expensive tuition and the highest proportion of female students in their cohort.

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