Online education is growing quickly, and several business schools have created MBA’s purely online.
According to the FT, Warwick Business School’s online MBA retained the number one slot based on the faculty, career progression and value for money.
The main factors that decide the top 10 online MBAs are: career progression of graduates, diversity of cohort and quality of online delivery. To measure career progression, the two main criteria are alumni salaries three years after graduation and the percentage rise in salary.
The average salary across all online courses on this list is $148,742 with Warwick Business School’s alumni salary averaging $214,141 compared with $118,406 for its full-time MBA ranking. This difference is mainly due to student demographics where full-time MBA students tend to be in their late 20s whereas online MBA students are in their mid-30s.