With the economy suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many workers are losing their jobs or are currently underemployed.

If you are affected, you might be considering taking up a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) to accelerate your career.

Taking an MBA might help you open doors for your career, increase your salary ceiling, and even net you that promotion, as some employers have an MBA requirement for certain management or leadership positions.

However, it will cost you.

On top of the financial cost of taking up an MBA, you will have to factor in the salary you will be forgoing, as well as the opportunity cost of the time spent out of the workforce.

As such, you might be asking, is taking up an MBA in Singapore worth it?

We will be looking at the above-mentioned costs to help you make the decision.

TL;DR: Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Singapore Cost and ROI Comparison