US news publishes the ranking of most expensive public B-schools

Published On: 07 Aug 2012

 | Last Updated On: 21 Aug 2012

In a survey conducted by the US news, they unearthed the most expensive Business schools for international and non-local students. Any person not belonging to the particular state in which the institute is located in has to deal with a different fee structure.  On an average, it was estimated that $ 50,036 is the total amount of tuition fees paid per year in the top ranking B-schools which is around $16000 dollars above the average of a normal management institute, where the average tuition fee could cost around $34,101.

Harvard Business school leads the pack of the top ten costliest institutes, the per annum tuition fee being $60,610. However, Haas School of business comes as a surprise because; being a publicly owned institution, the tuition fee for non-sate students is $53,396 which is a little above than the average of the costliest B schools tuition fee!

The US news organized the survey on a huge number of 400 schools and institutes that quoted per annum costs. However the US news had a certain criteria and schools that did not furnish the necessary information were barred from the survey.

Given below is the list of 10 most expensive public business schools in the US :

 

Business School

Ranking

Tuition fees

university of california-Berkeley haas

 

7

$53,396

university of michigan-Ann Arbor (Ross)

 

13

$52,944

University of Virginia (Darden)

 

13

$52,000

University of California—Los Angeles (Anderson)

 

15

$52,580

University of Texas—Austin (McCombs)

 

17

$47,136

University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)

 

 

19

$50,613

University of Minnesota—Twin Cities (Carlson)

 

30

$48,566

University of California—Davis

 

36

$47,526

University of Maryland—College Park (Smith)

 

44

$47,448

University of California—Riverside (Anderson)

 

97

$48,153

Source: US News

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