MBAs With The Highest First-Year ROI

First Year Return on Investment:

SchoolTuition and FeesForegone SalaryROI After 1 YearPost MBA Salary
Wharton$129,656$200,0406.3%$120,702
Stanford$119,100$178,69413.5%$129,652
Northwestern (Kellogg)$113,100$176,9989.8%$116,864
Harvard$112,350$165,84114.8%$124,085
MIT (Sloan)$122,800$152,12214.9%$118,406
Columbia$116,768$154,89913.0%$112,728
California-Berkeley (Haas)$107,938$151,55415.5%$116,045
Michigan (Ross)$110,000$143,31215.6%$111,047
Chicago (Booth)$112,000$138,54318.3%$115,079
Dartmouth (Tuck)$117,870$129,25220.5%$115,302
NYU (Stern)$105,656$137,56016.1%$107,875
Duke (Fuqua)$110,600$131,60819.0%$111,812
Virginia (Darden)$107,800$129,49418.8%$109,335
Yale$114,400$120,78818.6%$104,147
UCLA (Anderson)$109,064$120,42819.8%$105,556
Cornell (Johnson)$111,896$114,44821.6%$106,064
Texas (McCombs)$97,664$127,93818.2%$105,112
North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)$107,984$115,72419.8%$102,170
Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)$115,000$100,74026.6%$107,700
Toronto (Rotman)$105,474$108,76716.2%$89,187
USC (Marshall)$95,193$116,00018.5%$97,022
Emory (Goizueta)$89,200$102,16827.4%$103,453
Indiana (Kelley)$86,920$104,35423.7%$97,489

 

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Source: The Economist