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The Financial Times detailed how international (non US) business schools have been raising tuition fees and finding it has not negatively impacted their application volume or quality. We know in past years, we’ve generally found these (then lower-priced) programs weren’t ideally positioned to help our clients secure that critical first post-MBA job and we’d like to take this opportunity to once again reiterate that the value of the MBA degree diminishes over time in this “what have you done for me lately?” world.
If cost is a major concern to you, the good news is that there are plenty of lower-priced programs that will likely join the tuition-raising bandwagon and you can secure an MBA now at a lower cost and, hopefully, ride that wave of moving up in the rankings that may follow for the business school you attended. But, again, choosing to attend such a school should be highly dependent on your ability to nab that coveted first post-MBA job and the less expensive, lower-ranked business school may not give you a lot of wiggle room should you have a ‘defining moment’ and decide you want to pivot your career into another post-MBA direction.
Is this clear as mud? Don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your specific school selection concerns and receive a complimentary assessment of your candidacy.
Best of luck with your applications!
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So if the school doesn’t charge a high rate, they aren’t the best to teach you to maximize profits.
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