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Stanford made an estimated $2.2 million from its MBA application fees alone in 2016. We highlight 20…
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The 14 US Business Schools With The Best Return On Investment
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The MIT Sloan School of Management is part of the Massechussets Institute of Technology and has a strong academic program with an emphasis on coursework, analytic reasoning and quantitative analysis. MIT Sloane has close ties with the MIT's engineering, science and economics faculties. Applicants must submit a cover letter to the business school as they would in a job application for the chance to secure a place at this fiercely competitive school.
Other top-tier international business schools on the US East Coast include the Tuck School of Business (Hanover, New Hampshire), Duke University's Fuqua School of Business (Durham, North Carolina) and Georgetown McDonough School of Business (Washington DC).
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Why not have a quick look at ESCP Europe MBA in International Management
- FT Ranking: 8
- BusinessWeek Ranking: 14
- Economist Ranking: 12
- Applicants Per Year: 4490
- Applicants admitted percentage: 13
- Class size: 790
- International student percentage: 51
- Female percentage: 38
- Scholarships available: 10
- Course length (months): 22
- Employed Graduates % (after 6 months): 92
- Salary increase percentage: 120
- Average GMAT: 710
- Course Fee: USD 103,797
- Application Deadline: October (January)
- Accredited: AACSB
- Living Expenses: 28074
- Average age: 27
- Average years in work: 5