Investing in an MBA or Executive MBA degree during an economic downturn gives value for money

Gregg Schoenfeld shares an interesting blog post in the Harvard Business Review.

Kerttu Tanhuanpää, 04.04.2014

Gregg Schoenfeld, the director of survey research at the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), shares an interesting blog post in the Harvard Business Review about the value of MBA degrees in recessionary times.

In his blog post Schoenfeld makes a reference to GMAC’s 2014 Alumni Perspectives Survey that surveyed nearly 21,000 business school alumni around the world and writes that 95 percent of recession-era graduates rate the value of their MBA degree as good to outstanding. According to Schoenfeld: ” The knowledge, networks, and experience gained in graduate business programs yield rewards – financial, professional, and personal – over the course of careers, come good times or bad.”

Read the article here.

Kerttu Tanhuanpää
Program Director
Aalto EE

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