Cranfield continues its aggressive price leadership, linking EMBA fees to the Apprenticeship Levy limit set by the UK government. That meant that the EMBA was just £32,000 a few years ago. Now it's reduced to just £27,000. That compared to £40,000 at similarly-ranked Henley and £59,000 at Imperial, the FT's next-highest ranked school, and £55,000 at lower-ranked Hult.
Cranfield cuts EMBA tuition again
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