Which is the cheapest country for mba?
Asked by Simran 10 months ago
Following is the list of countries that you can target:
Canada: In Canada, the approximate study cost is CAD 1,800 - CAD 18,000 per year. Living expenses are estimated to be around CAD 12,000 per year [roughly $6,38,00], including housing.
Switzerland: When compared to other degrees in Switzerland, the cost of studying for an MBA is found to be on the higher end, ranging from CHF 28'500 to CHF 70'000. Living Cost: Compared to its contemporaries, it is predicted to be CHF1850 per month, including accommodation.
Ireland: The average cost of education in Ireland ranges from €9,850 to €55,000, depending on the programme and degree. Living expenses are estimated to be between €7,000 and €12,000 per year, including housing.
Germany: Tuition rates at public universities range from €300 to €3000 per year [about 25,000 to 2,50,000]. Living Cost: The average monthly living cost is €850, with cost variations depending on the city [about 70,000].
Netherlands: Starting at €12,000, with a few universities charging up to €54,000 (roughly 9,91,000 to 44,59,000). Living costs are estimated to be between €800 and €1,100 per month, including housing [about 66,000 to 91,000].
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