Webster University Mba Accreditation
I plan to do an MBA at Webster University in the spring. ۔
I noticed that they have regional approval, so it's definitely not a graduate factory as I checked. However, I don't think they are one of the leading agencies that hired me and I am not worried about getting a big job with the company. Is the diploma enough to meet my expectations or will I be provoked in the interview?
Webster cannot be the worst school in the world. However, this is a very expensive and unprofitable school. I don't understand why anyone should go to a for-profit school when there is a better and cheaper option which I call educational school. To make a profit, students achieve their goals by taking as much of their personal money as possible and forcing you to apply for more and more loans. You also take all the money and get a third grade education from a fifth grade institution. If you are a recruiter, you will drop out of all non-profit school trained curricula. I wouldn't think of hiring someone who spends so much money and earns so little in return. MBAs need to recognize this ROI.
Webster University MBA.
I took the Webster MBA ten years ago and it wasn't right. After more than 400 resumes, I call it a loss after 5 years. All my colleagues have had the same experience ... nothing to do with the tip. The response from companies in St. Louis has been very interesting. They laugh at us ... I can't even do an internship. Webster University's response was very interesting ... they told me it was my fault, I was there! That this is a business that sells products to people who already have jobs ... not to people who are trying to find work! Then go to AACSB's non-commercial school ... and get a position to do all the work with a diploma that will make you money.
Where exactly do you want to work? Look at the type of company you want to run, find out where they're hiring from, and compare it to graduate places in Webster. (If Webster does not provide these statistics and you do not have a list of companies that regularly check candidates, including Fortune 100 ads, this is a big red flag.)