The Edinburgh Business School comes under the Heriot-Watt University and holds triple accreditation of AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS. The triple accreditation makes it different and most precious among all other online MBA’s of Singapore. This is also approved by the Royal Charter. The distance mode of education is equivalent to a full-time mode of study as the final certificate doesn’t mention the mode of study.
The total fee would be £6,840 and £8,360 for Marketing specialisation. Its £600 per course. There would be a slight variation in fee depending on your location. Also, the fee is different if you chose to study with your learning partners. You can study course by course and pay as you learn too.
Courses are purchased online and the University uses an online payment system called Flywire. Even though the courses are purchased in GBP(£), Flywire will calculate the exchange rate (for that specific day) and any fees that may be incurred for the transaction, and give you a receipt in your local currency.
The average time of completion of the course is 4 years. There are 9 courses of which 7 are core courses and 2 are electives.
The exams are conducted in local locations. Each course is assessed by a 3-hr examination. The exams occur in March, June, August and December. There are 400 examination centres across the world.
You need to have at least a second-class honours degree or equivalent professional qualification. You need to submit proof of English language proficiency if your native language is not English.
Singapore is one of the best destinations for studying MBA due to many reasons. Its not only a global business hub but also a home to many foreign universities. There are no language barriers as English is widely accepted. The education is cheaper as compared to U.K, U.S and Australia. An MBA from Singapore is recognized globally. Here is a complete list of accredited online MBAs which can be accomplished from the clean, green and safe country. However, the students need to crosscheck the accreditations of the university and the course to avoid future controversies.