Top Business/Party Schools Will Cost $99,000 A Year Next Fall

And that doesn't include what you'll spend on tickets to Ibiza, Vegas, Munich, Miami, Dubai, Park City, Thailand, and Tahoe.
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Sure, it sounds a bit steep (and doesn't include extracurriculars) but remember remember: you can't put a price on the connections you'll be forging when you come to somewhere in Munich at 5AM, passed out astride that guy from your financial accounting class, who is inexplicably dressed like a Bavarian beer girl.

Top-ranked business schools are raising tuition by about 4 percent this fall, bumping up the cost of classes for the 2015-16 academic year to almost $60,000 on average. Throw in room and board, fees, and textbooks, and it will cost as much as $99,000 to attend B-school next year.

Going to a Top Business School Will Now Cost You Up to $99,000 Per Year [Bloomberg]

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