University of California, Riverside

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UCR Business #7 Nationally for Highest Return for Grads Earning $100,000-Plus

Will earning an MBA or other graduate business degree increase your earning potential? Ask the graduates of 2016. On average 80% of graduates saw a significant increase in salary level, according to a recent survey by the Graduate Management Admissions Council. 

Looking at a school’s salary to debt ratio is one very significant way to gauge future income potential. In fact, MBA graduates from the top performing business schools in this category reported a 240% average return.  US News ranks the University of California Riverside School of Business 7th nationally with a 2.5-1 salary-to-debt ratio. This is #1 for return-on-investment for California business schools, according to the U.S. News ranking. 
 

 



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