Tuition and fees for top programs in the US and abroad continue to rise. For many, paying for school means taking on debt, which can linger for five to ten years or longer. For full-timers, there’s also a huge opportunity cost associated with taking time off from work (usually during prime working years) to pursue an advanced degree.
Unless you’re already an Excel wiz, determining the potential return on a full-time MBA education can be tricky business. This tool will help you do the math, accounting for the cost of the program, student loan interest, and foregone earnings.
Author: Nathan Crabtree
Source: Loan Lab
Subjects: MBA Related, Miscellaneous MBA-related Resources