29 August 2022

 Online MBAs Overtake On-Campus Programs

Author: Seb Murray

More people are enrolling in digital than campus-based MBAs, a tipping point in acceptance of online education.

The Online MBA has overtaken the campus-based MBA as the most popular MBA degree format in the US, the largest and most important market for graduate business education.

More people are enrolling in Online MBAs than campus-based programs in the US, according to new figures that show a tipping point in acceptance of online education.

In the 2020-2021 academic year, 45,038 students were enrolled in Online MBAs in the US, compared to 43,740 in full-time programs, according to data from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which accredits MBA programs.

This shift means the online format has overtaken the traditional in-person set-up as the most popular mode of study for MBAs, the flagship graduate business degree.

“Online MBAs are already firmly established in the market and the growing number of enrolments highlight how these programs are becoming a popular choice,” says Markus Perkmann, academic director of the Global Online MBA at Imperial College Business School in London. “Online education is past the stage of general acceptance and the growing number of students and offerings reflects this.” […]

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