Survey on Decline in M.B.A. Applications

January 30, 2019

A new survey by Kaplan Test Prep asked admissions officials at M.B.A. programs about recent declines in application totals. The top reasons cited: international students turned off by political climate in the U.S. (31 percent), an improved job market in the U.S. for people without a master's degree (30 percent) and the cost of M.B.A. programs (17 percent).

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