Compared with other top 30 programs, Fisher has ensured that it offers a very competitive package. The consistently strong job offerings our graduates secure are a favorable return on the investment in earning a Fisher MBA degree.
For many years running, more than 90 percent of Fisher MBA graduates have secured jobs within three months after graduation.
Available funding is a key factor to consider when choosing your MBA program. There are two main sources with respect to paying for your MBA: merit-based and financial need-based. A majority of our students take advantage of both offerings.
There is ample merit-based funding available at Fisher. We offer university fellowships, Fisher-specific assistance, housing scholarships, and graduate assistantships.
Columbus enjoys a cost of living substantially lower than many other major U.S. cities. In the areas where many MBA students stay, an average one bedroom apartment runs from $650-$850 per month. This figure will vary according to individual housing preferences.