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Are MBA’s expensive?

nickthekidnickthekid 120 replies48 threads Junior Member
How much does an MBA generally cost, and which colleges have some of the best and cheapest MBA programs?
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  • TomSrOfBostonTomSrOfBoston 15878 replies1061 threads Senior Member
    As a high school senior it is too early to be thinking of an MBA.
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  • skieuropeskieurope 41014 replies7675 threads Super Moderator
    edited June 2019
    You're a junior in HS. Worry about getting into college first. Then you need to graduate college and work a couple of years before contemplating an MBA since all of the better schools require FT work experience.

    In the interim, in terms of cost and rankings, google is your friend. But, as should be obvious, the "best" ones are not the cheapest, unless you're lucky enough to find an employer to pay for an Executive MBA.
    edited June 2019
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  • happy1happy1 24137 replies2424 threads Super Moderator
    Agree completely -- you are getting way too ahead of yourself. Focus on finding affordable, good fit college options right now.
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  • happy1happy1 24137 replies2424 threads Super Moderator
    edited June 2019
    Also keep in mind that the better MBA programs look for applicants to have a minimum of 2-5 years of meaningful work expereince behind them so if you do consider a MBA it will likely be 8+ years in your future. Lots of things can (and probably will) change between now and then.
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