Quebec officials are blasting a McGill University plan to raise tuition substantially for its M.B.A. program -- to $30,000 from about $1,700. McGill officials said that they increases are needed to preserve the quality of the program, and that the new rates wouldn't be outside the norms for top programs. But The Globe and Mail reported that Quebec is threatening to hold back about $30,000 in provincial funding for each Quebec resident admitted to the M.B.A. program, if the university goes ahead with its plan.
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