Tuition reimbursement - $8k per semester

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Texascot, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. Texascot

    Texascot New Member

    I've been accepted at a Grad School, but my decision on school was based mainly on cost, as my company's policy was very low and I didn't want huge student loan debts. My company just upped the tuition reimbursement from 3k per year to 8,000 per semester!

    What's my best best for a well respected name and quality education?

    A&M run a good program based in The Woodlands, Tx and it's an executive MBA - every other Friday and Saturday.

    What other options are out there - now I'm looking to get the biggest bang for my (company's) buck.
  2. PatsFan

    PatsFan New Member

    I don't know what your options are. It's not my field, but I have to tell you how jealous I am of how generous your company is. My employer only pays us $1000 a year for tuition reimbursement. Have fun spending that 8 grand. Best wishes.
  3. friendorfoe

    friendorfoe Active Member

    I only get $5250 a year.:(

    I know what I'd do with $8,000 a semester........get 2 masters. :D
  4. mbaonline

    mbaonline New Member

    I'm jealous too...I only get $4000 a year for grad school.

    I'd go with an AACSB school. Here's a link to some w/costs.
    You could also go to the AACSB site:

    Happy Hunting!
  5. Clym

    Clym New Member


    My organization only offers $3,000/year!
  6. Bob Fiske

    Bob Fiske Member

    Some companies offer nothing or seems to be rather strict on what they consider relevant to their business (in other words: nothing again). I just quit one of these.

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