The Typical ROI for MBA Graduates
The Economist conducted a study
and found out that:
The ROI of a typical brick and mortar school runs between 6.3% and 20.8%.
Loss of salary is the main reason for a low ROI since most students can’t work while attending full-time studies.
At present, the ROI of an online MBA program is often more favorable as students don’t have to stop working.
In 2015, the Graduate Management Admission Council, a nonprofit organization, surveyed business school alumni from various programs, including oncampus, online, part-time, and full-time, and found:
2016 Post-MBA Average Salary of Workers
What MBA Graduates Have to Say
Crunching the Numbers
Calculating Your MBA Program’s ROI
Know Your Options:
The Three Main Types of MBA Programs