Like all postgraduate business degrees, the salary you earn after completing an Online MBA is a key factor when considering where to apply to business school. While often cheaper than full-time programs, Online MBAs still require serious investment, with tuition at some of the top programs topping $100,000, according to our Online MBA Guide 2023.
If you're self-funding, your earning potential after graduation is a key indicator of how long it'll take you to pay back your tuition loan.
Graduates at some schools achieve salary increases as high as 45% after graduation, and some go on to earn over $200,000 three years out of school.
Here’s what you can expect to earn after completing an Online MBA.
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The UK’s Warwick Business School ranks first in the Financial Times Online MBA ranking. Graduates from the distance learning MBA program see their salaries rise by as much as 35% on average three years after graduation.
With huge average salaries of $207,725, Warwick students...
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