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Tuition and Fees for MBA

Tuition fees for some top 20 schools is listed below..
They don't represent business school rankings
Business SchoolTuition Fees (2yrs)
Pennsylvania (Wharton) $138,000
Columbia $135,000
Michigan (Ross) $110,000 (in-state)
$110,000 (out of state)
Stanford $127,000
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $119,000
Northwestern (Kellogg) $125,000
Chicago (Booth) $125,000
Dartmouth (Tuck) $129,000
MIT (Sloan) $123,000
Yale School of Mgt. $124,000
Virginia (Darden) $117,000 (in-state)
$120,000 (out of state)
Cornell (Johnson) $117,000
Harvard $141,000
UCLA (Anderson) $103,000 (in-state)
$113,000 (out of state)
Berkeley (Haas) $109,000 (In-state)
$115,000 (Out of State)
Duke (Fuqua) $118,000
New York (Stern) $122,000
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) $81,000 (in-state)
$115,000 (out of state)
Texas-Austin (McCombs) $67,000 (in-state)
$97,000 (out of state)
Washington Univ (St. Louis) (Olin) $103 ,000
University of Southern California (Marshall)$110,000 (in-state), $120,000 (out of state)
Emory (Goizueta) $99,000
University of Minnesota--Twin Cities (Carlson)$71,000(in-state)
$90,000 (out of state)


As you can see doing an MBA costs a fortune.. but ~50% might receive aid, many receive internships and most students are able to pay their debt/loans in couple of years.

Other programs which are in top 30 and are cheaper are..

Canadian Universities are cheaper than US. See more information on MBA from Canada
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