Financing Your Executive MBA

Funding Career Growth

Pursuing your Executive MBA is a significant financial investment, one of the most important that you'll make, and we at Emory are committed to working with you to make your educational goal a financial reality. Our students combine personal funds, employer sponsorships, outside resources, admissions scholarships, and loans through Emory University's Office of Financial Aid to help realize their education goals.
Total Tuition & Fees $118,347
Tuition $106,600
Mandatory Fees $11,502

Please note: Tuition rates are subject to change and are updated each spring for the upcoming academic year.

Tuition includes all required books, materials, breakfast and lunch during core class days, parking, support from dedicated program staff, access to a full suite of career resources through the Career Management Center, and access to on-campus recreation centers. Tuition does not include the $175 non-refundable application fee, application verification fees, background check fees, air travel costs to or from Atlanta for classes, or air travel costs and some meals for the international colloquium.

Tuition is paid in five equal installments due at the beginning of each term. The number of courses taken each term does not impact the payment schedule. Mandatory fees are charged per term and are calculated using the traditional five-term duration. Accelerating your program completion may reduce mandatory fee total.

We recognize the financial commitment of attending an MBA and annually award scholarships to admitted Executive MBA candidates.

Merit Scholarships

The following merit scholarships are awarded based on information from your application for admission. No additional materials are required; any candidate who meets the criteria is considered. Award notification occurs prior to enrollment.

Latinx Scholarship

Up to two $25,000 scholarships are awarded to candidates of Latinx heritage with demonstrated leadership, professional progression, and community service.

Women in Business

Up to two $25,000 scholarships are awarded to female candidates with demonstrated leadership, professional progression, and community service.

Executive MBA Class Gift Scholarship

Up to four $10,000 scholarships were endowed by the Class of 2005 to broaden the industry diversity in the class. Consideration is given to candidates coming from a discipline or profession typically underrepresented in the Executive MBA. Candidates who represent nonprofits, NGOs or public sectors will be considered.

The Executive Women of Goizueta (EWG) Scholarship

One scholarship is awarded to promote the advancement of women in business and leadership by providing financial support to an accomplished female Executive MBA candidate. Consideration is given to female candidates based upon demonstrated leadership, professional progression, community service, and unique international professional background.

Emory University Alumni

Alumni of Emory Universityā€™s graduate or undergraduate degree programs are eligible for the Emory University Alumni Scholarship in the amount of $16,000.

Discretionary Scholarships

Goizueta has a limited amount of additional funds to award to students with need or extenuating circumstances. To apply for one of our Discretionary Scholarships, please submit a letter requesting consideration within two weeks of admission notification. All proposals will be fully considered, but only a limited number of discretionary scholarships will be awarded.

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