Return on Investment: Financing Your American MBA.
Munich, Germany (PRWEB) September 11, 2007
Forbes just ranked U.S. business schools in terms of ROI: Return on Investment. Number One is the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and Number Two is the Stanford Graduate School of Business. They're great programs--but how do people pay for them?
Though they dream of an MBA from Stanford or an Ivy League school, many young people are afraid they'll never be able to afford the $150,000 it costs--especially if they are applying as non-U.S. citizens.
1. Dartmouth: Students at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth can borrow up to one hundred per cent of the cost of attending the two-year program--and not one student has ever defaulted on a loan! Dr. Corcoran will explain how this is possible.
2. Stanford: The Stanford Graduate School of Business has two intriguing ways to help students who plan to go into the non-profit sector.
Business Coach Krissy Jackson will interview Dr. Marlena Corcoran, Director of Athena Mentor: International University Admissions Counseling, on September 25, in a not-to-be-missed teleseminar, "Return on Investment: Financing Your American MBA." Interested parties can call in from anywhere in the world to learn surprising facts and figures on how people finance the most demanding MBA programs--and why MBA applicants should aim high. It pays!
This teleseminar is co-sponsored by two groups on XING, the international online business networking community: Global Business Women and MBA Central. The teleseminar is of special interest to international applicants to U.S. MBA programs. You may have thought you couldn't afford a prestigious American MBA. Tune in and think again!
Register at Athena Mentor to learn:
- Why borrowing money to finance an MBA is not the obstacle it might seem
- Why you don't have to sell your soul to Wall Street to finance an MBA
- Why the problem is not paying for your MBA, but getting into the right program for you!
Dr. Marlena Corcoran is the Director of Athena Mentor: International University Admissions Counseling, specializing in college and MBA admissions counseling for non-U.S. citizens and Americans residing abroad. She loves to spread the word about opportunities in American education! As national Head of Education of the American-German Business Clubs e.V., she has just launched "Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow," a volunteer program providing mentoring, internships and scholarships to young people in Germany. She is co-moderator of "MBA Central" on XING, the online business community. Marlena recently visited both the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Business Coach Krissy Jackson is a coach, speaker, and author. She specializes in working with an international clientele, consisting of entrepreneurs and young professionals who desire a promotion or the experience of life and work in other countries.