Pursuing an MBA can accelerate your career beyond limits. Not only do you begin building a solid network right from the beginning of your journey, but it also provides you with tremendous amounts of opportunities to develop a diverse skill set and decorate your CV with astonishing achievements. However, nothing worthwhile in this world ever comes free of cost. The world's leading business schools offer management education that is second to none, but how hard is it going to hit your pockets? In our previous article, we covered the cost of an MBA from the top 25* b schools around the world. In today’s article, we’ll be looking at the cost of an MBA from the next 25* b schools. So, let’s go!
Important note: 'Tuition' mentioned in the below table are the tuition fees only, unless otherwise specified.
Almost half (12 ) of the top global b schools ranked 26-50 are based in the United States. Only 3 schools from the UK make it to this list, and 1 from Italy. The rest of the Business schools are all based in Asia.
The highest tuition for an MBA from b schools ranked 26-50 is about $135,000 from Emory University: Goizueta. Note that this tuition is surprisingly higher than the highest tuition from the top 25 b-schools.
80% of the 10 most expensive global business schools ranked 26-50 are based in the United States, including Emory University: Goizueta, Washington University: Olin, and University of Southern California. CUHK Business School, China is the world's most expensive MBA program in ranks 26-50 that is outside the US, followed by SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy.
The lowest tuition for an MBA from b schools ranked 26-50 is a little above $25,000 from Renmin University of China Business School (RMBS). Note that this tuition is even lower than the lowest tuition from the top 25 b schools.
80% of the 10 least expensive global business schools ranked 26-50 are based in Asia, including IIM Calcutta, IIM Bangalore, and ISB. 30% of these are based in India, while 40% are based in China. Only 1 b school from the United States and the United Kingdom each make it to this list.
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