MBA Exchange founder and CEO Dan Bauer on the value proposition of a non-top-tier MBA to job seekers in finance and other high-paying fields. efinancialcareers – “How to get a job in finance with a second-tier MBA”
If you want an MBA education, be prepared to pay big money. The top 15 business schools in the US charge tuition of $130,000 or higher for a two-year degree. Below that tier, however, there are some relative “bargains” for students interested in pursuing finance careers, including the University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs, Emory University’s Goizueta, Indiana University’s Kelley and Washington University in St.