More than 1.5 million people in Britain are taking online MBA courses, which offer more than 50 online courses and are available in a range of subject areas, from business to healthcare.
The online MBA course offerings range from the basic, such as an MBA from Oxford, to more advanced courses, such in financial planning, accounting and finance, and are taught from the comfort of their homes.
Many students choose to take online courses because they have no other option.
Many employers have said that while online courses are becoming more popular, the majority of their students are women, with many opting to take the courses from a private tutor or through a third party.
A recent study by the University of Cambridge found that the majority (78%) of women and half (50%) of men were taking online courses.
This study followed a survey of 5,000 UK graduates who had completed their first two years of study in a university or university-based professional school.
They found that 77% of the respondents had taken a course online and that nearly one in four (22%) had completed at least one online course.
However, the research also found that only 13% of UK graduates in a UK-based graduate professional school had taken online courses in the past 12 months.
A survey of UK employers by Higher Education UK, a provider of business services to more than 1,000 companies across the UK, found that almost a quarter (23%) of respondents said that they would not offer an online MBA degree, with the remainder saying they would consider only the most-effective online options.
According to the research, students who took online courses were less likely to be paid than those who had taken their first course in a classroom, and more likely to take courses on the basis of a single source.
While there are some online MBA schools offering courses that are offered on a single basis, many of these courses are offered in a variety of subjects and are designed to give students the flexibility to tailor the course to their individual needs.
For example, students can choose to complete their course on their own, or have the course be linked to their university career and professional school, which gives them the flexibility of taking online options as well.
The online MBA is becoming a popular option among graduates in many countries, particularly those from the United States.
A recent report by McKinsey & Company found that more than half of all American students who were taking an online bachelor’s degree between May 2014 and March 2017 took online course, compared to just under half of students who had a degree in a traditional classroom.