Chart: Average Debt and Starting Salary for Business School Graduates
Saw this come across my Linkdin feed today. Hadn't seen it posted, intersting stuff.
The chart below shows the average debt and debt-to-salary ratio for the 10 MBA programs where 2014 graduates earned the highest starting salaries. Schools that didn’t submit the average debt of 2014 graduates to U.S. News in an annual survey were excluded from the chart. The salary and debt data in this chart are correct as of June 4, 2015.
Stanford University is the No. 1 business school and graduates who are employed within three months after graduation tend to earn the highest annual salary, according to what the school reported to U.S. News.
In North Carolina, students who borrowed to attend Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, ranked No. 16, left school with more debt than they are likely to earn in salary. The average starting salary for Duke graduates is $114,109 and the average debt $115, 201.