Studying an MBA is one of the best decisions made for a professional, thus ensuring a better performance and therefore a better future for him and his family.
This decision is always limited by a fundamental aspect: the budget.
If in your case the budgetary aspect limits you in the choice of the Master, we give you some advice so that this limitation is overcome or at least does not force you to follow options that are not to your liking.
How much does an MBA cost?
The cost of an MBA depends a lot on the School that gives it and on the modality.
We will present the two options, if you will do the Master in your country or abroad.
How to finance an MBA in your country of residence?
Program and review well the time that you will take since you make the decision to study an MBA abroad and calculate how much you can save in that period of time. Put a little more effort and sacrifice to accumulate a considerable amount of money
If the country where you live suffers from the problem of devaluation at a considerable level, we advise you to save in a currency that is stable and functional. Possibly in dollars or euros.
Find out if the dates of the classes coincide with the high season date in the city where you will be staying. If you have a friend or relative study the possibility of requesting accommodation.
Investigate about the different financing options presented by the institution that teaches the MBA. Some schools offer discounts if the applicant is from the region, they also offer scholarships or credits.
Talk to the company where you work to see the possibility of some financial support or some financing.
Apply for an educational loan at a bank or at any financial institution. Generally these types of credits enjoy preferential treatment and you would not be burdened to cancel them.
How to finance it if you must move abroad?
This, besides being a very pleasant experience, will bring you a great number of experiences and experiences that will help you to solve unexpected situations in the professional field.
Do not let something so superfluous as the budget prevent you from living this experience.
As in the previous chapter, we advise you to save as much as you can. Preferably in foreign currency.
Find out everything about hotels and seasonal prices. If the date of the courses coincides with high or low season and looks for the possibilities of reducing costs in hotel and transport.
He also finds out everything in a similar way with the airlines.
Also investigate the different financing options that are presented both in the house of studies and at the business level. There may be companies interested in getting some benefit from the knowledge and techniques you can acquire in your MBA.
Request public or private financing through educational loans.
This way you can increase the amount of money you have for your MBA and choose one that you consider most beneficial for you and your company.
If you are going to choose an MBA, do not stay static with what you already have. Look for other income or financing to achieve the ability to afford a more profitable MBA.