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Tuition Reimbursements for Post MBA Jobs [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2011, 13:14
Does anyone know specifics regarding companies that reimburse MBA level hires for tuition expenses?

I have heard anecdotal evidence that some people are able to negotiate tuition reimbursement as part of their signing packages.
I know that with some corporate sponsorship programs you can get reimbursed upon returning to your former employer, are there any other such programs specifically for joining a new company?
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Re: Tuition Reimbursements for Post MBA Jobs [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2011, 14:53
Its rare, mostly for former employees who come back. I do know a few people who got tuition reimbursement but one actually said their salary was low and its paid back over several years and then if they leave everything paid over the last few years has to be repaid. Mind you its a smallish company and I think for them it was a way of trying to hold on to an employee.

I would rather have the higher salary though that way you aren't tied, it helps during negotiations when you switch jobs. Trust me if you max out loans and get a decent job coming out of a top school you shouldn't struggle making minimum payments. Figure right now most people I know who took tons of loans are probably paying around $1500 a month. Sounds like a lot but most people pay it off within 5 years and if you are in a field (MC, IB, lots of jobs seem to give 15-20% bonuses to post MBA grads) with bonuses you can plow those into the loans.
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