Handling Chicago's Costs

The University of Chicago's admissions director talks about budgeting, loans, and other financial aid issues facing students at the top-ranked B-school

Rose Martinelli is the admissions director at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, BusinessWeek's No. 1-ranked B-school for 2006. With annual tuition just shy of $45,000, a Chicago MBA can crimp a student's budget, though Martinelli points out that Chicago graduates are recipients of "great" job offers.

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