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St. Gallen University
St. Gallen, Switzerland
Tuition: 60,000 CHF ($56,710)
Class Size: 40
Average GMAT Score: 683
Starting Salary: 120,000 CHF ($113,422)
Located near Zurich, St. Gallen offers the best of both worlds: a selective MBA class of 40 students that has strong connections with leading global companies. Students spend up to 12 weeks working on a consultancy project with the likes of Deutsche Bank and Unilever, giving them real-world experience. The companies often pay students consulting fees.