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When you enter the EMBA Program, your tuition pays for books and meals on all class days (including breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack).
It also includes conference center accommodations during residence weeks, and other resources, as well as residence and meals during the week-long international seminar in the second year.
Students must purchase a laptop computer for the program, pay their own airfare for the International Seminar, and arrange their own travel throughout the program.
Total Executive MBA tuition and fees for May 2014, August 2014, and January 2015 entry: $175,200.
Tuition rates for the School’s partner programs can be found on the EMBA-Global website.
Many EMBA students' employers pay all or part of their tuition. Learn more about sponsorship.
Upcoming Information Sessions
Tuesday, September 9 - Warren Hall, Room 309
Experience EMBA-Americas Panel
Saturday, September 13 - Uris Hall, Room 142
GMAT Prep-Focused EMBA Session
Saturday, September 20 -Uris Hall, Room 141
EMBA Portfolio Information Session
Saturday, October 11 - Uris Hall, Room 301
Spotlight On: EMBA Academics
For a full list of upcoming EMBA-Global information sessions, both for EMBA-Global Americas and Europe and EMBA-Global Asia, please visit the EMBA-Global website.
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