How Affordable are Baltimore MBA Programs Compared to DC

first_img In-State Cost (per credit hour)$1,257.20$1,513.60 Additional Costs To ConsiderAside from tuition, business students living in the Baltimore area have a lower cost of living then their Washington DC counterparts. According to Numbeo, you would need around $4,541 in Baltimore to maintain the same standard of life that you can have with $6,100 in Washington DC, assuming you rent in both cities. This calculation uses the website’s Cost of Living Plus Rent Index to compare cost of living.Here’s a closer look at how Numbeo creates its Cost of Living Indexes, and a breakdown of a few key stats to look at when comparing Baltimore to Washington DC:Consumer Prices in Baltimore, MD are 14.78 percent lower than in Washington DCRent Prices in Baltimore, MD are 39.97 percent lower than in Washington DCGroceries Prices in Baltimore, MD are 15.70 percent lower than in Washington DCLocal Purchasing Power in Baltimore, MD is 10.21 percent lower than in Washington DCThe case for Washington DCSo Baltimore’s MBA offerings are, on average, more affordable than Washington DCs. But what if money isn’t an issue, or you happen to get into a program in DC? Here are a few ways that the Capital City has the Monument CIty beat, according to Thrillist:Culinary Scene: DC is experience a craft beer renaissance with four breweries opening in recent years: DC Brau, 3 Stars Brewing, Chocolate City, and Bluejacket (soon). Meanwhile, notable restaurants such as minibar (Andres), Le Diplomate (Starr), Kapnos (Isabella), Range (Voltaggio), and Casa Luca (Trabocchi) have also opened. Baltimore isn’t really known as much of a foodie town.Public Transit: The Metro is one of the most efficient, most convenient, and cleanest public rail lines in the country. Baltimore’s metro runs East to West only, and doesn’t link up with either of the two other rail systems.Oh, and remember that Baltimore Sun article we reference at the top of the page? Enjoy DC Inno’s slightly more punchy response. About the AuthorMax PulciniMax Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.View more posts by Max Pulcini We don’t start conversations by asking, “What do you do?” or “Who do you work for.”It never takes us 45 minutes to go six miles.Our traffic doesn’t lead to clinical depression.D.C.’s happy hour is regular price to us.Our signature food is crab cakes and pit beef. D.C. has … yeah.We weren’t built on a swamp.Cal Ripken is 2,632 times better than any D.C. sports figure.The NATIONAL Aquarium: Not in the nation’s capital.  BaltimoreWashington DC Out-of-State Cost (per credit hour)$1,452.40$1,673.90 Last Updated Feb 27, 2018 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img read more