Top 10 Most Affordable Business Schools

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On February 14, 2013, Business Week came out with a list of the Top 10 most affordable business schools.   The ranking system was comprised by comparing the percentage of the student body receiving aid, the average aid package and the costs covered by aid, all aggregated against the annual cost to attend the school.  This produced the estimated remaining costs to attend each Business Program.  Which are the most affordable business schools in North America?  You may be surprised by which colleges topped the list.  Feel free to check out any specific business school by clicking the links below.

1. University of Michigan

Ross School of Business

Students receiving aid: 75 percent
Average aid package: $53,469
Annual budget: $73,904
Costs covered by aid: 72.3 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $20,435

2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sloan School of Management

Students receiving aid: 69 percent
Average aid package: $68,275
Annual budget: $88,949
Costs covered by aid: 76.7 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $20,674

3. Cornell University

Johnson Graduate School of Management

Students receiving aid: 75 percent
Average aid package: $54,579
Annual budget: $76,306
Costs covered by aid: 71.5 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $21,727

4. University of Virginia

Darden School of Business

Students receiving aid: 69 percent
Average aid package: $60,025
Annual budget: $81,833
Costs covered by aid: 73.3 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $21,808

5. Harvard University

Harvard Business School

Students receiving aid: 60 percent
Average aid package: $62,557
Annual budget: $87,200
Costs covered: 71.7 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $24,643

6. Northwestern University

Kellogg School of Management

Students receiving aid: 60 percent
Average aid package: $58,610
Annual budget: $84,454
Costs covered by aid: 69.4 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $25,844

7. Stanford University

Stanford Graduate School of Business

Students receiving aid: 70 percent
Average aid package: $61,083
Annual budget: $90,531
Costs covered by aid: 67.5 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $29,448

8. Columbia University

Columbia Business School

Students receiving aid: 51 percent
Average aid package: $59,128
Annual budget: $90,698
Costs covered by aid: 65.1 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $31,570

9. Dartmouth College

Tuck School of Business

Students receiving aid: 70 percent
Average aid package: $56,179
Annual budget: $88,400
Costs covered by aid: 63.5 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $32,221

10. Carnegie Mellon University

Tepper School of Business

Students receiving aid: 79 percent
Average aid package: $42,602
Annual budget: $78,816
Costs covered by aid: 54 percent
Estimated costs remaining: $36,214



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