US B-schools buck recession

Times of India

An article in the Times of India concludes that US B-schools are unaffected by the possibility of a recession as applications continue to rise. The article continues on to analyze the reasons for the high numbers of Indian students choosing to purse their MBAs in the US including:

  • Confidence in investing in education as the Indian economy improves
  • Narrowing gap in cost of obtaining a degree in India vs. the US
  • Less competition to get into US schools than Indian schools

Read the entire article here.

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