For blogger Linda Groarke, the module she has been dreading is finally upon her – finance
It’s SO obvious once you’ve voiced your concern or your flailing has been noted by someone other than yourself, that talking about it and escalating the matter as soon as it starts to snowball is the best and right thing to do.
At the end of the first year of her online MBA programme Linda Groarke looks back and asks herself what went well. Lack of face-to-face contact with her peers has been a problem for her she says
Studying for an MBA online is a marathon rather than a sprint. Linda Groarke at the Open University Business School has some timely tips on studying and time management
Knowing I wanted to study for an MBA was the easy part, deciding where to go was the hardest. When both decisions finally came together it was a relief!
How do you choose which MBA programme and which business school? One MBA blogger made full use of the Financial Times Global MBA rankings