Robert Kennedy College

Robert Kennedy College on The Financial Times Top 40

For the second year Robert Kennedy College MBA has been listed on the Financial Times worldwide listing of Top MBA programmes:

You can see the table here Top MBA's Table

You can check the full FT special where, as you might see, distance learning programmes are now becoming as popular as full time ones:
Financial Times Article

Many sincere thanks to each and every student that made RKC, with an almost 100% increase on enrolments, one of the fast
growing Colleges in the World.

Our unique mix of highly qualified international faculty members, committed student care support created one of the first quality and cost competitive programme that, whilst affordable, offers high quality at a distance with short residencies in Zurich, Switzerland.

Reader Commentary

  1. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  2. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  3. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  4. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  5. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  6. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:44 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  7. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:43 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  8. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:43 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  9. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:43 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  10. May 23rd, 2017
    at 01:40 am
    Pissed off says:

    Such a scam

  11. June 2nd, 2016
    at 01:27 pm
    Victor says:

    Dear Dean

    The comments on here all seem good. however this has not been my experience. I have applied for information for the online Msc in Procurement and Supply Chain Management at RKC and this was followed up quickly by numerous call from the admissions office. I explained that I was doing the same course at a different university but had some issue with my dissertation and this was on the 3rd appeal. With faith dwindling I was pressured to submit an application along with the application fee, I was also pressured to make initial payment for the course about CH2,500, because the course would begin March 8th. Immediately I made payment I was told I was too late for March 8th and I would begin course in June, however in May, my appeal course in my current university was upheld and I need to clear all outstanding balance so as tro resume to complete another dissertation. I have been requesting for my refund of circa CH2500 for 3 weeks without a response from the RKC, I have been tossed back and forth and told it is non-refundable. Please be aware that I have not used any of the facilities neither enrolled for a preparatory course. RKC did not act in good faith when putting pressure on me to make payment prior to March 8th knowing this was not possible and at that time I expressed to the representative( Priya Joshi) I didn't wish to tie monies down and I would like to pay closer to the start date.

    I intend to take this matter forward if I am not given my refund as I do not believe the tactics being used are ethical and an educational institution RKC ought to act better.

    Please get in touch because I think I have been told that this matter has been brought to your attention

    Many thanks

    Victor

  12. June 2nd, 2016
    at 09:23 am
    Victor says:

    Dear Dean

    The comments on here all seem good. however this has not been my experience. I have applied for information for the online Msc in Procurement and Supply Chain Management at RKC and this was followed up quickly by numerous call from the admissions office. I explained that I was doing the same course at a different university but had some issue with my dissertation and this was on the 3rd appeal. With faith dwindling I was pressured to submit an application along with the application fee, I was also pressured to make initial payment for the course about CH2,500, because the course would begin March 8th. Immediately I made payment I was told I was too late for March 8th and I would begin course in June, however in May, my appeal course in my current university was upheld and I need to clear all outstanding balance so as tro resume to complete another dissertation. I have been requesting for my refund of circa CH2500 for 3 weeks without a response from the RKC, I have been tossed back and forth and told it is non-refundable. Please be aware that I have not used any of the facilities neither enrolled for a preparatory course. RKC did not act in good faith when putting pressure on me to make payment prior to March 8th knowing this was not possible and at that time I expressed to the representative( Priya Joshi) I didn't wish to tie monies down and I would like to pay closer to the start date.

    I intend to take this matter forward if I am not given my refund as I do not believe the tactics being used are ethical and an educational institution RKC ought to act better.

    Please get in touch because I think I have been told that this matter has been brought to your attention

    Many thanks

    Victor

  13. November 28th, 2012
    at 08:15 am
    SUBROTO MAJUMDAR says:

    Dear Dean
    It was really very interesting to understand the good work RKC has undertaken.
    Education is one of the noble professions even in the materialistic world of today, as one cannot repay in monitory terms of the knowledge he gains, basically a money value cannot be assigned for such learning process.
    I am an Engineering Graduate, in India, working as an executive with Tata Group in the area of Supply Chain, Project Management, Operations & Maintenance etc etc for last 33 years.
    I do not have any formal degree/ diploma in Business Management, but I read lot of management case studies, books, literature, articles on Management theory & practices.
    I am due to retire in 2016.
    At this age, and at this stage of career, I was looking at the opportunities to do some course on Management as the subject itself interests me maximum.
    Will it help me - in any way in my present career, after retirement, or !!!! ......
    Secondly, what kind financial asistance I can look forward e.g concessional course fees, scholarships, etc.
    Shall be glad to have your views.
    Regards

    Subroto Majumdar
    E-Mail: subroto.majumder@tatametaliks.co.in
    M: 91 9831977727

  14. August 16th, 2012
    at 08:54 am
    Ezekiel Oriloye says:

    Good day Dr David Costa.LET ME KNOW MORE ON INSTALLMENTAL PAYMENT OF FEES.

  15. July 20th, 2011
    at 01:20 pm
    Andre Moussa Kalekanya says:

    Dear Dean.

    My first contact with RKC was in "Jeune Afrique" newspapers, A friend of mine told me he has applied 6 months ago at RKC. After several visits on the RKC's website, I decided to apply for MBA Leadership and sustainability. Despite my poor english, my 2 weeks trial of the course on organizational Behaviour,were the most exciting moment for dealing with the Course reality. Ranked in Top-40, RKC has assets to grow up again more.

    Andre Moussa Kalekanya, From the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kinshasa

  16. August 21st, 2009
    at 08:46 am
    Bomo Albert-Oguara says:

    Well,what can I say? I would liken my experience so far with RKC,a dinner of three courses.The first course ofcourse sets the tone for the rest of the dinner.

    My first course was the 21days trial of the course on Organisational Behaviour.I got hooked on it instantaneously And here I am wanting to go for the main course.

    Its been wonderful sofar.And i think I am in for a good business education with a world class faculty.The financial Times top40 simply states what is obviously an evidential truth about the RKC MBA programme. Kudos.to Y all

  17. July 24th, 2009
    at 02:28 pm
    Quinton Nhlengethwa says:

    Dear Dean
    Its realy nice to learn how much good work is being done at RKC. Im realy interested in studing at RKC but my finances does not permit me. I was wondering if scolarships are available. Im from Swaziland.

  18. March 21st, 2008
    at 06:41 pm
    Ram Bykadi says:

    Dear Dean,

    Congratulations! Excellent news and good to know that RKC is in top-40 list again. I am proud to be associated with the college and hope to finish my degree soon.. Thanks again for making it and things are happening in this campus.

    Additionally RKC - 10th year happy birthday.

    Regards
    -RBG

  19. March 20th, 2008
    at 11:44 am
    Gautam Rajkhowa says:

    Hello David ,

    CONGRATULATIONS! this is brilliant news . Passion and hard work has wonderful paybacks! and this surely is one of them .

    Best wishes

    gautam

  20. March 18th, 2008
    at 06:48 pm
    Nanjunda Rao Rayasam says:

    Dear David,
    Great to see that RKC is in the top-20.

    Kudos to you and your team!

    Best Regards,
    Nanjunda

  21. March 17th, 2008
    at 08:21 pm
    Ashok K Anjan says:

    Phenomenal ! All credit to Dean David Costa who is the man behind the sucess of RKC.

    But RKC standards are very good and one feels a sense of belonging to a group of highly focussed and high IQ group of people. It is an excellent learning experience !

    I am suggesting to my son who is doing his MS in Finance after his BS in Electrical engineering and is going into investment banking to take the Art of Banking programme ! It is well worth the time to take this programme. I am looking forward to joining the next Art of Banking programme.

    Good luck and Godbless Dean Costa !

    Ashok Anjan
    Muscat

  22. March 17th, 2008
    at 06:44 pm
    Damian Del Toro says:

    I am proud to be part of the RKC family and to see our school included, yet again, in this yearâs listing of top distance learning business schools. Even as a new student (started JAN08), I can attest to the significant benefits gained from RKC's online program, from the modern and relevant curricula, to the knowledgeable & responsive professors, to the camaraderie and real-time interaction of classmates. The distance MBA provides immediate, realistic hands-on learning, and communication experiences that accurately replicate todayâs fast-paced world of electronic data exchange.

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