US News has ranked their top MBA programs by average student debt.
Finances should absolutely be considered when eWe certainly encourage you to consider your finances when pondering the MBA. If you graduate with heavy debt, you may even be limiting your short-term career choices. (Which will likely have ramifications on your intermediate and even long-term career choices.)
We also, however, want to remind you that YOUR particular finances are more important than the “average” debt reported. So if a school offers you a generous aid package, obviously throw their average debt out the window when evaluating that program!
Best of luck with your applications!
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Unranked University of San Francisco has the second highest debt.
The must be giving happy endings after each class! LOL.
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