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MBA tuition

ripemangoripemango Registered User Posts: 957 Member
edited April 2011 in Business School - MBA
How much does getting an MBA cost?
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Replies to: MBA tuition

  • gobluecpagobluecpa Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
    How much does getting a car cost?
  • ripemangoripemango Registered User Posts: 957 Member
    it varies from 10,000 to 50,000 for most cars.
  • 2plus22plus2 Registered User Posts: 104 Junior Member
    Here's the Poets & Quants list for the top schools (total is for two years):

    School Total Cost Tuition
    Columbia $168,307 $106,416
    Wharton $168,000 $108,018
    Stanford $166,812 $106,236
    Chicago $165,190 $101,400
    Tuck $162,750 $101,400
    MIT $160,378 $100,706
    Harvard $158,800 $97,200
    Kellogg $156,990 $102,990
    Haas $144,746 $95,274
    Duke $105,944 $95,920

    How Much Does A Top MBA Degree Cost? | Poets and Quants

    There are ways to mitigate the cost. For instance, a state school if you live in state is likely cheaper, as are some lower-ranked schools. In addition, employers occasionally sponsor people through their MBA in exchange for a X amount of years post-grad commitment. Many students finance their MBAs through a combination of loans and scholarships.
  • ripemangoripemango Registered User Posts: 957 Member
    Thank you very much sir.
  • ripemangoripemango Registered User Posts: 957 Member
    Can you get into top MBA programs if your undergrad was a state school like UConn or UMass
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