Times Of India Names Most Affordable MBA Study-Abroad Destinations For Indian Students

From the Times of India: Thinking about studying abroad for your MBA? One big thing to think about is how much it costs. We’ve made a list of countries with MBA programs, starting from the cheapest to the most expensive. This way, you can see where you might want to go and how much it might cost.

Here’s a list of countries for you to check out, along with how much it costs to study there. Remember, the least expensive ones are at the top, and the most expensive ones are at the bottom. This can help you decide where you want to study and how much money you might need.

Here are the top 10 countries to study for an MBA, ranked based on their affordability, along with factors such as quality of education, reputation of business schools, career opportunities, and cost of living.

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Fortune: 7 business schools are offering A.I. certificate programs

From Fortune: It may be difficult to find a company nowadays—whether a tech start-up or Fortune 500 corporation—without a team working on implementing A.I. and machine learning into its business model.

Following the sharp rise in popularity of A.I. tools like ChatGPT, companies like Microsoft, Google, and Chegg, for instance, are rolling out their own programs powered by generative A.I. Another example is Salesforce—which recently had an “A.I. Day” and announced over a dozen new A.I. features.

A.I. is opening the door for immense innovation opportunities across industry sectors, like transportation, retail, and finance, says Yixin Lu, an associate professor of information systems at the George Washington University School of Business.
“A.I. is revolutionizing the way we live, work, and interact with each other,” she adds.

But for thousands of workers, A.I. is replacing their careers altogether—with cashiers, bank tellers, and data entry clerks among some of the most at risk.

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Forbes: These are America’s best colleges

From Forbes Magazine: Every year, Forbes spotlights the 500 U.S. colleges that check all the boxes: impressive graduation rates, high graduate salaries, and great outcomes for low-income students, to name a few. Princeton University (#1)—with median early-career salaries north of $88,000 and a 98% six-year graduation rate—aces these criteria. But it’s not just the Ivy League that delivers on the promise of a quality education. More than a dozen public colleges landed in the Top 50, including the University of California, Berkeley (#5); the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (#23); the University of Virginia (#29); and the University of Maryland, College Park (#34).

Looking for a college that offers the best return on your investment? Consider one of the City Universities of New York—eight schools in the public New York system offer a high post-graduate earnings boost with a low student debt burden. If a small private college is more your speed, but the private college price tag is not, take a look at Hendrix College (#365) in Arkansas, Berea College (#342) in Kentucky, or Beloit College (#372) in Wisconsin—all schools that offer more than nine in ten of their students significant financial aid awards.

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