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10 MBAs With the Highest Return for Grads Earning $100,000-Plus


10 MBAs With the Highest Return for Grads Earning $100,000-Plus


MBA grads from these business schools have at least a 280 percent average return

Evaluate Potential Earnings With an MBA
recent survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council found that the vast majority of full-time MBA alumni – 90 percent – say their degree enhanced their earnings power. One way to gauge future income potential is to look at a school's salary-to-debt ratio. That rate of return is calculated by dividing the average salary and signing bonus of recent grads by the average student debt of those who borrowed. Here are 10 ranked business schools where full-time MBA grads earning more than $100,000 on average within three months of graduation received the highest return
University of Connecticut
U.S. News business school rank: 85 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $113,760
Average debt (2017): $41,000
Salary-to-debt ratio: 2.8-to-1

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey—Newark and New Brunswick
U.S. News business school rank: 44 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $117,265
Average debt (2017): $40,550
Salary-to-debt ratio: 2.9-to-1

University of Tennessee—Knoxville (Haslam)
U.S. News business school rank: 44 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $102,394
Average debt (2017): $33,675
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3-to-1

Brigham Young University (Marriott) (UT)
U.S. News business school rank: 35
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $122,359
Average debt (2017): $39,953
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.1-to-1

University of Georgia (Terry)
U.S. News business school rank: 40 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $104,464
Average debt (2017): $33,625
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.1-to-1

University of Delaware (Lerner)
U.S. News business school rank: 95
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $109,500
Average debt (2017): $33,812
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.2-to-1

University of Washington (Foster)
U.S. News business school rank: 22
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $151,474
Average debt (2017): $45,045
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.4-to-1

Pennsylvania State University—University Park (Smeal)
U.S. News business school rank: 31 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $127,282
Average debt (2017): $35,128
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.6-to-1

University of Florida (Warrington)
U.S. News business school rank: 34
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $116,281
Average debt (2017): $32,510
Salary-to-debt ratio: 3.6-to-1

University of Wisconsin—Madison
U.S. News business school rank: 37 (tie)
Average salary and signing bonus within three months of graduating (2017): $114,635
Average debt (2017): $20,226
Salary-to-debt ratio: 5.7-to-1


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