BUDGET MBA IN HOUSTON


NadirE

Hi,

I would appreciate some advice on Low Cost / Budget MBA program in Houston (Texas) or a nearby area. I shall be applying as a foreign (F-1 Visa) student.

Many thanks

Hi,

I would appreciate some advice on Low Cost / Budget MBA program in Houston (Texas) or a nearby area. I shall be applying as a foreign (F-1 Visa) student.

Many thanks
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Duncan

University of Houston--Clear Lake and Texas Southern University (Jones) are the budget options. Clear Lake is much better, with a 10:1 student to staff ratio, and is aimed at students with around five years' work experience. Jones is much less selective, and has a 43:1 student-teacher ratio.

PS Visit http://business-schools.findthebest.com/compare/126-316/University-of-Houston-Clear-Lake-TX-vs-Texas-Southern-University-Jones-TX

University of Houston--Clear Lake and Texas Southern University (Jones) are the budget options. Clear Lake is much better, with a 10:1 student to staff ratio, and is aimed at students with around five years' work experience. Jones is much less selective, and has a 43:1 student-teacher ratio.

PS Visit http://business-schools.findthebest.com/compare/126-316/University-of-Houston-Clear-Lake-TX-vs-Texas-Southern-University-Jones-TX
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ralph

What is your budget?

A ranked school like Rice - Jones, or a second-tier one like Houston - Bauer would provide a better return on investment than less expensive programs.

Although they seem like a lot of money, sometimes these schools can be generous with scholarships - almost every student in the Rice program receives scholarships - which average around $25k per student.

And if you do the ROI math, the program pays for itself after one year, based on the average graduate salary.

What is your budget?

A ranked school like Rice - Jones, or a second-tier one like Houston - Bauer would provide a better return on investment than less expensive programs.

Although they seem like a lot of money, sometimes these schools can be generous with scholarships - almost every student in the Rice program receives scholarships - which average around $25k per student.

And if you do the ROI math, the program pays for itself after one year, based on the average graduate salary.
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NadirE

Thanks Ralph / Duncan

I completely agree with you on ROI factor. Graduating from a top tier school definitely distinguishes one's cv, when floated in the job market.

My situation is, however, quite different. I have to finance my education from a scant budget.

To make it clear in terms of numbers....lets say $ 1000 or nearest figure around that...per month. Which means I'm targeting a program with 'tuition and fees' on yearly basis of around $ 12000-15000 maximum.

I know this budget may only help me access second rate schools... but that may be the best I can manage...given my circumstances.

I have no issues to enroll for a longer period than 24-30 months usually required for a degree program. But stretching my budget is not a probability

Is there a suitable solution in Houston for me ?

Thanks Ralph / Duncan

I completely agree with you on ROI factor. Graduating from a top tier school definitely distinguishes one's cv, when floated in the job market.

My situation is, however, quite different. I have to finance my education from a scant budget.

To make it clear in terms of numbers....lets say $ 1000 or nearest figure around that...per month. Which means I'm targeting a program with 'tuition and fees' on yearly basis of around $ 12000-15000 maximum.

I know this budget may only help me access second rate schools... but that may be the best I can manage...given my circumstances.

I have no issues to enroll for a longer period than 24-30 months usually required for a degree program. But stretching my budget is not a probability

Is there a suitable solution in Houston for me ?
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ezra

With the Texas Southern program you'd just slip in under your budget. There's really nothing else in the area that would be worth it.

With the Texas Southern program you'd just slip in under your budget. There's really nothing else in the area that would be worth it.
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