Low Fees Colleges in Top 100


santosh89
-Want to know some of the top colleges which offers less fees.
-Have 2 years of work experience and about to write gmat exam.
Please let me know the fees structure of mba colleges and also which coleges offer part time jobs
-Want to know some of the top colleges which offers less fees.
-Have 2 years of work experience and about to write gmat exam.
Please let me know the fees structure of mba colleges and also which coleges offer part time jobs
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ralph
How low are you talking? I'm assuming that you'd be considered an international student in the US?

The lower-ranked, regional programs are generally (more) affordable - although as an international student you end up paying a lot more than their target (domestic) audience. Also, because they tend to be good values, some of them (Texas - Mays, for example) tend to be very competitive for international students. That said, you might consider:

Florida International University ($39k total for the MBA program)
CUNY - Baruch ($51k) but high cost of living in NYC
University of Connecticut ($56k)
University at Buffalo ($40k)
Auburn ($47k)
Cleveland State ($31k)
University of Louisville ($31k)

Keep in mind that the more regionally-oriented of these programs will tend not to have comparable career services or alumni networks to the ranked national schools. You pay for what you get.
How low are you talking? I'm assuming that you'd be considered an international student in the US?

The lower-ranked, regional programs are generally (more) affordable - although as an international student you end up paying a lot more than their target (domestic) audience. Also, because they tend to be good values, some of them (Texas - Mays, for example) tend to be very competitive for international students. That said, you might consider:

Florida International University ($39k total for the MBA program)
CUNY - Baruch ($51k) but high cost of living in NYC
University of Connecticut ($56k)
University at Buffalo ($40k)
Auburn ($47k)
Cleveland State ($31k)
University of Louisville ($31k)

Keep in mind that the more regionally-oriented of these programs will tend not to have comparable career services or alumni networks to the ranked national schools. You pay for what you get.
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Duncan
I think Georgia gives most, if not all, students a scholarship. WHU has the brain trust programme, where the fees are paid back after the MBA.
I think Georgia gives most, if not all, students a scholarship. WHU has the brain trust programme, where the fees are paid back after the MBA.
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ralph
WHU has the brain trust programme, where the fees are paid back after the MBA.

Duncan, is this the WHU program in Germany? I can't seem to find any info on it.
<blockquote>WHU has the brain trust programme, where the fees are paid back after the MBA.</blockquote>
Duncan, is this the WHU program in Germany? I can't seem to find any info on it.
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Duncan
http://www.whubraincapital.de/Language/English/
http://www.whubraincapital.de/Language/English/
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Jinju
How low are you talking? I'm assuming that you'd be considered an international student in the US?

The lower-ranked, regional programs are generally (more) affordable - although as an international student you end up paying a lot more than their target (domestic) audience. Also, because they tend to be good values, some of them (Texas - Mays, for example) tend to be very competitive for international students. That said, you might consider:

Florida International University ($39k total for the MBA program)
CUNY - Baruch ($51k) but high cost of living in NYC
University of Connecticut ($56k)
University at Buffalo ($40k)
Auburn ($47k)
Cleveland State ($31k)
University of Louisville ($31k)

Keep in mind that the more regionally-oriented of these programs will tend not to have comparable career services or alumni networks to the ranked national schools. You pay for what you get.
[quote]How low are you talking? I'm assuming that you'd be considered an international student in the US?

The lower-ranked, regional programs are generally (more) affordable - although as an international student you end up paying a lot more than their target (domestic) audience. Also, because they tend to be good values, some of them (Texas - Mays, for example) tend to be very competitive for international students. That said, you might consider:

Florida International University ($39k total for the MBA program)
CUNY - Baruch ($51k) but high cost of living in NYC
University of Connecticut ($56k)
University at Buffalo ($40k)
Auburn ($47k)
Cleveland State ($31k)
University of Louisville ($31k)

Keep in mind that the more regionally-oriented of these programs will tend not to have comparable career services or alumni networks to the ranked national schools. You pay for what you get.[/quote]
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Hi Duncan,

I visited the WHU website but couldn't find the information if the facility is available to Non-EU students getting admitted to Otto Beisham as well.
Can you shed some light on this?
Hi Duncan,

I visited the WHU website but couldn't find the information if the facility is available to Non-EU students getting admitted to Otto Beisham as well.
Can you shed some light on this?
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Duncan
This is answered on the FAQ page. "Students with permanent employment permit in the EU, the U.S. or Canada are able to receive a 100% fund of tuition fees for all programmes. Students of the Bachelor programmes are able to fund their living costs up to €600 per month.
Students without a permanent employment permit in the EU, the U.S. or Canada are able to receive a 66% fund."
This is answered on the FAQ page. "Students with permanent employment permit in the EU, the U.S. or Canada are able to receive a 100% fund of tuition fees for all programmes. Students of the Bachelor programmes are able to fund their living costs up to €600 per month.
Students without a permanent employment permit in the EU, the U.S. or Canada are able to receive a 66% fund."
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