Debt Burden At The Top 50 U.S. B-Schools: How Much Can You Expect To Owe For Your MBA?

Debt Burden At The Top 50 U.S. B-Schools: How Much You Can Expect To Owe For Your MBA

AVERAGE DEBT AT THE TOP U.S. MBA PROGRAMS: COLLEGE SCORECARD

2024 P&Q Rank School Average Student Debt – 2020 (College Scorecard) Average Student Debt – 2019 (College Scorecard) YOY Change
1 Stanford GSB $80,488 $73,602 9.4%
2 Harvard Business School $25,555 $25,083 1.9%
3 Dartmouth (Tuck) $58,547 $64,459 -9.2%
4 Columbia Business School $99,957 $98,036 2.0%
5 Yale SOM $88,659 $82,820 7.1%
6 Duke (Fuqua) $90,251 $94,101 -4.1%
7 Cornell (Johnson) $116,730 $108,059 8.0%
8 Virginia (Darden) $90,121 $92,331 -2.4%
9 Michigan (Ross) $88,283 $72,114 22.4%
10 New York (Stern) $108,294 $108,594 -0.3%
11 Chicago (Booth) $106,339 $95,657 10.0%
12 Northwestern (Kellogg) $43,367 $38,245 14.2%
13 UCLA (Anderson) $111,023 $98,818 12.4%
14 MIT (Sloan) $70,094 $72,519 -3.3%
15 UC-Berkeley (Haas) NA NA NA
16 Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $106,819 $98,433 8.5%
17 Washington (Foster) $57,984 $59,127 -1.9%
18 Rice (Jones) $68,948 $53,050 30.0%
19 Texas-Austin (McCombs) $80,048 $80,778 -0.9%
20 North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) $96,011 $63,740 50.6%
21 Vanderbilt (Owen) $91,494 $91,454 0.04%
22 Southern California (Marshall) $92,035 $95,052 -3.2%
23 Emory (Goizueta) $68,307 $64,550 5.8%
24 Georgetown (McDonough) $108,170 $60,894 77.6%
25 Florida (Warrington) $45,917 $43,821 4.8%

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