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Stats for student loan payoff

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Are there any stats for student loan payoff? Particularly for Stern and Ross MBAs. For example, how long it take to for students at these schools to pay off their debt? Assuming that they don't use money saved up to pay that debt. Say an MBA + living expenses cost 160 thousand bucks, is there a stat that shows how long on average a student at one of these schools will take to payoff that debt? Also what are chances of default? Of course I'm not taking into account money saved up pre-MBA.

Any help would be much appreciated!
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08 Jul 2013, 19:21
GmatNY86 wrote:
Are there any stats for student loan payoff? Particularly for Stern and Ross MBAs. For example, how long it take to for students at these schools to pay off their debt? Assuming that they don't use money saved up to pay that debt. Say an MBA + living expenses cost 160 thousand bucks, is there a stat that shows how long on average a student at one of these schools will take to payoff that debt? Also what are chances of default? Of course I'm not taking into account money saved up pre-MBA.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Clarity in titling would be appreciated..if you and I are just asking a question for a query that would no t be answered it sems we should flag our topic as query so one knows he/she is taking a chance in opening this thread!!!
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