Tuition and Financial Aid
Program fees are $8,000 USD for the total program excluding residency in the USA.
Upon acceptance, a non-refundable deposit holds your place in the class. The deposit is applied to your final tuition payment.
A PC laptop of recent vintage will be needed during your study.
Ten students admitted to the class of 2009 will be awarded $5000 Merit Fellowships, which will be applied
to their tuition. The award will be based on academic and career achievements, leadership and interpersonal skills and diversity of experience.
It's up to you to show management that corporate support for your EMBA is a good business decision. Ask managers in your company for advice on developing and presenting your proposal. Prepare a written request for support to demonstrate your motivation and desire to contribute at a higher level. Here are some tips for presenting a strong proposal to your management. You will be most successful if you:
Demonstrate motivation and senior management potential.
Plan a career path within your company.
Identify skills and knowledge you need to assume more responsibility at work.
Anticipate objections and concerns that you may encounter, such as:
How you will manage time away from the office.
How costs will be paid.
How you will continue to excel on the job.
For negotiation with your management, you may be willing to make concessions such as:
Foregoing raises or bonuses while in school.
Committing to staying with your company for a specific number of years in exchange for financial support. (A two-year commitment is common.)
Using vacation days for attending classes and residencies.
All students can be considered for student loans to cover tuition for an EMBA program through a local