“I just graduated, why should I go back for even more schooling?”
That statement will probably be uttered in the thousands in the upcoming months as several seniors prepare to receive their diplomas and leave college and university life in the rearview. But before your permanent summer vacation begins, consider the following:
Entering into a grad program has tons of long-term benefits that several students easily shrug off as the promise of never having to go to school again after graduation day looms. Not only can, say, a Master of Business Administration allow a budding careerist to apply for higher-level (and more) job prospects, it also can increase your salary asking price.
What should one look for when considering the program that’s right for them? The first steps would be to consider:
- Financial Aid options
- Networking opportunities
- Social life
- Post-graduate career support
For a further investigation into US-based MBA programs, check out the graphic below with stats provided by the folks at Graduate Programs.
Which MBA program are YOU considering?