Written by: Marc Ethier Published by: Poets&Quants MBA News Digest Comment: How much discounting is done in these programs and how much student debt is incurred for the graduates of these programs? Extracted Content: There may come a time in the not-too-distant future when the cost for a full-time, two-year MBA exceeds $200,000 at every one of the top 25 business schools in the United … [Read more...] about What It Now Costs To Get An MBA At A Top Business School
Written by: Suzanne Smalley Published by: Inside Higher Ed MBA News Digest Comment: New certificate program practices what they are teaching by allowing students to pay tuition and fees in cryptocurrencies. Extracted Content: The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania last week announced it would become the first Ivy League school and the first American business school to accept … [Read more...] about Wharton’s New Crypto Course to Take Crypto for Tuition Fees
Written by: Patrick Thomas and Andrea Fuller Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Borrowing money to go back to graduate school can be a surefire way to get mired in student debt. But one master’s degree appears to pay off for many people who finance their education: the M.B.A. At about 98% of universities that offer master’s of business … [Read more...] about A Graduate Degree That Pays Off: The M.B.A.
Written by: Rider University Published by: CentralJersey.com MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Rider University and Prospanica, an association of Hispanic MBAs and professionals, signed a partnership agreement that provides a 20% tuition reduction for participating members for undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs, as well as eligible immediate family members … [Read more...] about Rider University, Prospanica sign partnership to support Hispanic professionals
Written by: Jonathan Moules Published by: Financial Times MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Three years ago, at the age of 39, Avtar Boparai became an apprentice. He could do so because of a change in the way workplace training was funded in England — through a levy on employers that had to be spent within two years or be taken by the government in tax. Like other levy payers, … [Read more...] about What cutting contentious funding means for the executive MBA
Written by: The Star Published by: The Star MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: AS the nation moves steadily towards an economy dominated by skills, recruiters are seeking talent with the leadership skills necessary for future business growth. Confronted with a reported leadership drought in organisations across industries, SEGi University is giving young professionals an … [Read more...] about Free MBA for SEGi students