Europeans Opting for MBAs Closer to HomeAlison Damast
Scottish business school student Steven Renwick used to harbor what he called a "vague aspiration" to get his MBA from an American institution such as the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Then he took a closer look at the price tag. The cost of a two-year degree at a top U.S. business school would easily set him back more than $150,000, an investment of time and money he was not comfortable making. Says Renwick: "It seemed like a massive opportunity cost."
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