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Top 20 MBA Programs - Tuition Fee (2017)

Top MBA FeeThe cost of an MBA is a crucial factor in selecting a Business School. The Tuition Fee is just one aspect of the Cost. Other components of the expense are Health Insurance, Administrative Service, Books, Rent and Utilities, Food, Personal, Transportation, Computer Allowance, MBA Association Fee and other membership fee. On an average other components of the Total Fee will add an extra $30000 to $40000 to the Tuition Fee. Find out means to Finance your MBA before shortlisting your target Business Schools.

We have selected top 20 Business Schools from Global MBA ranking and have listed the One Year Tuition Fee for each MBA program.

The costliest MBA program is LBS MBA at nearly $70,800 Tuition Fee and the cheapest MBA program- IIMA, Ahmedabad is at $14,107(it can be cheaper than the quoted value if you take into consideration the Rupee fluctuation). It is not fair to list the program just by cost. In fact you should use the Net Present Value to evaluate the Actual Return on investment. If you are eligible for scholarships and other external funding, a better way of looking at Cost of an MBA is by evaluating the potential return through post-MBA Salary and Employment Opportunities that an MBA provides.

Tuition Fee 2017 (One Year) – Top 20 Business Schools

Business SchoolTuition Fee(1 Year)
Stanford Graduate School of Business$66,540
Harvard Business School$63,675
University of Pennsylvania Wharton$73,634
London Business School£70,800
Columbia Business School$68,792
INSEAD Business School€80,800
MIT Sloan$68,250
IE Business School€59,200
IESE€38,414
Hong Kong UST Business School$75,300
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad$14,107
University of Chicago Booth$66,540
IMDCHF 60,000
University of California at Berkeley: Haas$62,000
Duke University: Fuqua$63,200
Northwestern University Kellogg$66,462
New York University Stern$66,588
HEC Paris€56,000
Dartmouth College Tuck$66,390

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