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Your employer might fund your MBA

09 Sep

There are many excellent reasons to pursue an MBA, but students from diverse backgrounds share a common concern: How am I going to pay for this?

Don’t let financial considerations deter your plans for education and career success. Many companies and organizations offer funding to cover all or part of an employee’s graduate school tuition. These reimbursement programs can provide significant help in managing the costs of an advanced degree. You’ll need to talk with your employer about it, so prepare for the conversation with the help of KU MBA’s Employer Tuition Reimbursement Guide.

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