Anthony LoPinto

Today a degree from Harvard will cost the lucky student $220,000, but Harvard has said that their students can expect to earn at least $140,000 or more upon graduation.

The US Department of Education released a report that shows roughly 92,800 people took out federal student loans to fund their MBAs and graduated in 2016 and 2017 with a whopping $3.7 billion in debt. According to the Wall Street Journal, at the top of the heap were Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and NYU’s Stern School, both with an average of $116,000 and $105,000 debt loads per student.

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