Written by: Lindsay Ellis Published by: The Wall Street Journal on 8/16/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: This is a significant increase in need-based scholarships for HBS. Extracted Content: Harvard Business School is rolling out a new need-based scholarship program that will cover the cost of full tuition and fees for roughly 10% of its M.B.A. candidates. School officials say the scholarships … [Read more...] about Harvard Business School Making Tuition Free for More M.B.A.s Based on Financial Need
Written by: Husson University Published by: Husson University on 8/15/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: First course tuition discount as an incentive to enroll in an online program. Extracted Content: Husson University Online is encouraging everyone to earn a degree in an effort to help increase their earnings and job security. As an incentive, any student who enrolls in an online program at the … [Read more...] about Husson University Online Offers Tuition Discount to First-time Students
Written by: Edward Conroy Published by: Forbes on 7/18/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: Should financial counseling become part of the recruitment and enrollment process of GME programs? Extracted Content: The focus on ROI and debt to income ratios has been mainly aimed at undergraduate education, but graduate degrees, particularly master’s programs, drive a considerable portion of student loan … [Read more...] about Urban Institute Research: Which Graduate Programs Create Greatest Student Debt Loads?
Written by: Sara Weissman Published by: Inside Higher Ed on 6/14/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: This article shares information about scholarships for Native American graduate students. Extracted Content: A scholarship fund focused on Native American graduate students wants to increase their numbers in academe and professional careers and combat long-standing disparities. Click Here to Read … [Read more...] about A World Where You Seldom See Another Brown Face’
Written by: Doug Lederman Published by: Inside Higher Ed on 5/25/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: If true, how will this affect the GME pipeline over the next few years? Extracted Content: Younger Americans and those with student debt are far less likely than their peers to believe the benefits of getting a higher education outweigh the costs. Click Here to Read More Via Original Source … [Read more...] about Student Debt’s Impact on Perceived Value of College
Written by: Phillip Levine Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education MBA News Digest Comment: GME program leaders should take a look at their own program's website to see how easy it is to determine the cost of their program. Extracted Content: Colleges have already begun to price themselves out of the American dream.” So pronounced The New York Times … in 1973. Since then, the cost of … [Read more...] about The College-Cost Conundrum