There’s no denying business school in the US is expensive. The average graduate leaves an MBA program more than $65,000 in debt, and many hit the six-figure mark.
While you can offset the cost of tuition with scholarships awarded for stellar GMAT scores, a high GPA, or impressive work experience, there’s a chance you’ll still come up short.
The next best strategy? Negotiate.
“Other than the GMAT, scholarship negotiations may be applicants’ most dreaded part of the MBA-admissions process,” Brian Precious writes in his book “Get In, Get Connected, Get Hired: Lessons from an MBA Insider.”
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