Content written by Jonathan Pfeffer and published by BusinessBecause. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Stanford made an estimated $2.2 million from its MBA application fees alone in 2016. We highlight 20 US b-schools making hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. … [Read more...] about Which US Business Schools Make The Most From MBA Application Fees?
Content written by Marc Ethier and published by Poets & Quants. Extracted Content: Four years ago, the total cost of a two-year, full-time MBA had a hard ceiling at $200,000. That ceiling was cracked the next year by New York University’s Stern School of Business, and by 2016, three more schools had joined NYU Stern in projecting costs greater than $200K for MBA tuition, fees, room and … [Read more...] about Nine Schools Break $200K Total Cost Barrier On MBA
It’s going to be another year of lackluster tuition revenue growth for universities, as the pipeline of students heading to college slows and families remain sensitive to prices, Moody’s Investors Service said in a report Thursday. In its annual survey of colleges and universities, the credit rating agency said private and public schools estimate net tuition revenue — the money earned from … [Read more...] about Moody’s: Colleges have entered the new normal of flat tuition revenue
Course fees in most business schools in China remain unchanged after over 20 years of growth. Liu Ming has an MBA in finance and securities from the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. But he now wonders why he bothered to fork out 88,000 yuan ($13,836) for his master's degree. Even though his salary has increased by 30 percent, the 31-year-old is still working as a human resources … [Read more...] about Business school MBA prices plateau as demand softens
The University of Ottawa’s Board of Governors adopted the 2015-16 budget which included a three per cent average tuition hike for undergraduate and graduate students for the tenth consecutive year, at a meeting in May. ... ... ... Canadian graduate students will see an increase of three per cent for returning students, and five per cent for new students, with the exception of the Executive MBA … [Read more...] about Board of Directors approves three per cent average tuition hike
WHY ARE NEARLY 25,000 part-time undergraduate students excluded from the free fees scheme and automatically ineligible for any student supports that are readily available to their full-time counterparts? This isn’t fair and it doesn’t make any sense. Although the Irish education system must be applauded for the large numbers of school-leavers who proceed to third-level and further education – … [Read more...] about Why should part-time students have to pay fees that full-timers do not? (Ireland)