Debt Is Piling Up Faster for Most Graduate Students—but Not MBAs

A degree from one of Bloomberg Businessweek’s top 10 MBA programs will set you back more than $111,000 on average, at least before financial aid. If that kind of price tag causes you to break out in hives, you’re probably not a prospective MBA: New research shows the median debt load of a business school grad remained steady from 2004 to 2012, even as tuition costs increased, indicating that MBAs can generally afford the rising cost of a degree.

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