Do you have any industry experience to fall back on? Even just a good head on your shoulders, a sense of empathy and human nature, and good communication skills? You might consider looking into the Bentley Masters of Human Factors and Interface Design program in Waltham, MA, USA.
It is widely considered one of the best UX programs in the country, mostly for the strategy and research through information architecture, testing, collaboration, design management, prototyping phases of UX (not so much the visual design or coding aspects). All classes are also provided as hybrid local and remote classes, so students from all over the world attend both remotely and in person. They are also widely known as a business school, so they have that angle well covered.
Full disclosure: I went there, so yes, I'm a little biased! But not unreasonably so... it is a very fine program with some exceptional teachers (some less so, but that's like anywhere, I guess) and a great track record of turning out very fine UX professionals. As far as I can tell, they take the whole person into consideration more than specifically the grade point average or GRE scores - I know a few people who might have not been accepted based just on their numbers, but their experience, passion, story, all combined made them compelling enough for them to get in.
There is a lot that goes into being a good user experience professional, much of which does not come through in a GPA or test scores. The people who run that program - in particular professor Bill Gribbons, who is the head of the program - understand that, so it is absolutely worth reaching out to them and inquiring!