Agreed, that higher education costs a bit more than graduation. Students from humble background sometime might feel pinch.
Historically it has been observed that people from far flung areas and from humble backgrounds have risen far above than others. Look at our cricketers, actors, scientists, academicians even few corporate honchos.
Easy to say but difficult to practice that economic conditions of family must not come forefront to achieve goal of higher education. Single attempt to overcome this complex might change attitude.
Educational loans, waiver of fee for bright students, scholarship are few incentives for students to go for MBA.
In any case with MBA education one will gain employability skills so to be helpful to be placed in industry.
Both poor and rich have been surviving in this world from the beginning of civilization. Almighty made all humans equals but we divided ourselves and feeling of being poor is akin to crime to humanity hence, educated student class must overcome this complex and go ahead with attitude that I will go for MBA.