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Archive | Financing Your MBA

How to Pay For Your MBA

Whether you’re just starting the application process or have already been accepted to business school, you know one thing for sure about b-school: it ain’t cheap! If you’re seeking expert tips on MBA funding, you’ll want to attend Accepted’s free webinar on How to Pay for Your MBA, when guest presenter Julianna Young, VP of […]

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Online MBA: More Options Than Ever

For many students, the benefits of earning an MBA far outweigh the costs – that is, until they consider the complications of quitting their jobs to go back to school full-time. Enter the Online MBA, which alleviates many of these complications. Today, Graduateprograms.com is here to discuss the pros of Online Business School. If one […]

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Approaching your Employer about Financing your MBA

This post was contributed by Meena Dorr, Director of Corporate Relations for [email protected] and originally posted here. Choosing where to earn your MBA is one of the most important decisions of your professional career. Part of that decision will be how to finance your studies, as you consider your options, don’t forget to look within […]

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Apply for the Stacy Blackman Consulting Challenge!

We are excited to announce our participation in the 2012 Stacy Blackman Consulting Challenge! The SBC Challenge was created in order to give four deserving MBA applicants a terrific set of tools that will maximize their chances of being admitted to a top business school. SBC will be distributing four scholarship packages valued at over $6500! Winners will […]

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Cost of an MBA Degree: $350K.

A recent Poets and Quants article highlights a growing divide between Pre-MBA and Post-MBA salaries at top schools. Stanford GSB is highlighted as the most expensive graduate business program at $351,662 with the least expensive ($195,380) Top 25 degree from the University of Wisconsin. These amounts are calculated using the tuition and room and board […]

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