[photopress:Chinese_students_1.jpg,full,alignright]One of the areas of concern for people viewing an MBA degree is that they are getting more and more expensive. (Everything is, of course, comparative. The cost of an MBA in China is far, far less than the equivalent from a main stream United States university.
An example. Fudan university is up to RMB110,000 yuan ($13,800) which is up 22.2 percent from this year. This is a benchmark as Fudan University possibly has the highest fee structure although the fees do include materials which they definitley do not in the United States. Fudan University has many expanlanations for these, comparatively, high fees including the fact that top-levele teachers now cost more.
Taking Fudan University as a benchmark the fees in all universities for MBAs will rise by that sort of percentage — say 20 percent across the board — next year. Students are not panicked by these increases. One said, ‘Tuition fees are not my top consideration, the quality of the school is.’ That, of course, depends very much on show is paying the fees.