Surprisingly, Oxford Saïd Business School (21th place in MBA Global Ranking) and Cambridge Judge (19th place in MBA Global Ranking) offer some of the least expensive MBAs.
Not only are the tuition fees relatively low, but other expenses as well — costs of living and healthcare.
The living cost at Cambridge ($17k) for a 10-month programme is the cheapest in this category. Healthcare also wouldn't make you tighten the purse strings: students get access to the National Health Service, that is free for both UK and EU citizens, and available for £300 ($369, per year) for students from non-EU countries.
With Brexit, obtaining a working visa may become a challenge for those hoping to work in the UK, and may require a job offer. The labour market, even improving, is very competitive due to the large number of graduates.