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Q: I have a question towards getting better education qualification

I only have a diploma showed a 3 years college majored in business English.

I plan on finding a job work as an international sales manager/account manager/marketing manager.

 

I think I'd better getting a higher degree to further my career. Any advice of what kind of degree I should apply for?

 

A wechat friend works on the education sector recommend me to study the courses from some American university and get a degree from it. She said the online degree would be just the same from the one people got from studying on their campus. What do you think?

 

Or get an MBA degree in Chinese university?

 

I wish I can make myself look good for the international job market and plan on some really big position in the future.

 

But I might just run my own firm instead, which I am not sure as now my own business is growing quite slow. So I am trying to make option open. And maybe some good studies could also help me as an entrepreneur.

 

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Damn, don't you have any friends in real life who you can pose these questions to? You're out here spamming the Q & A section!

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any qualification from a Chinese university is essentially worthless outside of china.

the best course for you is to know your budget when it comes to your education.

if you want the best, you have to be prepared to invest a lot of money.

 

unless the online course is internationally accredited, it is essentially worthless, especially the ones available in China.

 

but you seriously have to sit down yourself and work out exaclty what you want to do - be self-employed or work for a company.

until you determine your goal - something you have to do yourself, determine your budget for your education, you will then be able to see the options that suit you the most.

 

you want the best?

Harvard Business School or LSE.

are they right for you?

only you know the answer to that

 

you can not expect people on the internet to make your life-choices for you.

 

good luck

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Spongebob offers one to one training on how to make critical decisions when the stakes are high and self esteem is low.

 

Pm me for more info. 

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