Sure, it is.
But here's the thing:
There are literally thousands of people that want the shot at the top consulting firm or the career change to finance or the leadership rotations at the top corporates, and are therefore prepared to do whatever it takes to get there, including putting themselves into considerable debt.
I am one of them and now I have considerable debt.
Recruiters know this and they hire these people in part for that reason - a little bit of hunger and ambition and a willingness to put some personal risk on the line. This is one of the reasons that full-time MBAs have entirely different recruiting options to part-time ones.
So if you come to me and say "I really really want to work at McKinsey, oh but I am not prepared to take on a bit of debt to have a shot - I want to have my cake and eat it - then you have no hope because:
a) you don't want it enough relative to other people
b) you most likely don't have the ambition to succeed at it anyway
If you are not prepared to take the risk, then just stay where you are.