The Said Business School has generated a 5 million financial deficit, The Oxford Student has learnt.

The Said Business School has generated a 5 million financial deficit, The Oxford Student has learnt. Documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act covering the financial year 2004-2005 revealed a disparity of almost 900,000. Probabl…

The Said Business School has generated a 5 million financial deficit, The Oxford Student has learnt. Documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act covering the financial year 2004-2005 revealed a disparity of almost 900,000.

Probably the school is going to generate more revenue by admitting more international applicants,who normally pay higher tuition fee than residents.

This might not be major impact on the MBA grads in near future but if similar trend continues then the school might be in bad mouth again after its initial donor's(said) controversy.

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