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I am having a hard time deciding between Manchester MBA part time and IE Business School Blended

Bottom line, Manchester doesn't denote distance learned on transcript and IE denotes blended. My problem is that when recruiters look at my transcript (in investment banking they do), if I go to IE, they will see blended and think OHMFG, he has an online degree.

Anyone have any experience with pushback from online degrees? thanks!

Imperial and Warrick also show distance learned... anyone get feed back from employers?

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