FEES & EXPENSES

Full-Time MBA-Cohort Beginning Fall 2016

Fall 2016 (minis 1&2)

Spring 2017 (minis 3&4)

Total for 2016-2017 (minis 1,2,3,&4)

Full-Time Tuition $ 30,720 $ 30,720 $ 61,440
University Fees $ 395 $ 395 $ 790
Health Insurance (actual costs vary) $ 1,800 $ 1,800
Full-Time MBA Estimated Costs for August 2016 to May 2017 for Students Entering Fall 2016 $ 32,915 $ 31,115 $ 64,030

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Through the generosity of alumni, friends, corporations and foundations, numerous scholarships and fellowships are awarded to full-time MBA candidates who exhibit a high degree of potential for success in the program and in their careers. The criteria for each award differ, but generally, recipients are selected based on superior academic performance, as well as their personal and professional background. Below is list of Scholarships which help you in funding the fee.

  • For leadership in business: the booz & company scholars fund in business
  • For philanthropy in business: mcgowan fellows program
  • For leadership in business: mary anne spellman & jack mcgrath scholars fund in business
  • Marc & sally onetto graduate fellowship fund
  • For leadership in business: james r. Swartz leadership scholarship
  • David a. Tepper scholarship fund
  • Angel g. Jordan fellowship
  • Jean-jacques servan-schreiber fellowship
  • Murat ozyegin fellowship program
  • Tepper school reaching out fellowship
  • Tepper school merit scholarship
  • Tepper school forte scholarship
  • Tepper school consortium fellowship
  • Tepper school teach for America/Americorps
  • Tepper school yellow ribbon matching funds scholarshipFor more details, kindly click on the link provided below:
    http://tepper.cmu.edu/prospective-students/masters/mba/tuition-and-financial-aid/scholarships-and-fellowships

Educational Loans & Financial Assistance

Applicants may apply for federal loans and/or private (non-federal) education loans and must meet all eligibility requirements. International students may borrow only private (non-federal) loans.

It is important to note that there is no maximum income limit on borrowing some types of federal education loans such as the Federal Direct Stafford and Federal Direct Grad Plus loans. Eligible borrowers are always encouraged to review and understand the costs, loan features and the many benefits of federal student loans and compare those costs and benefits to those of private loans before choosing a non-federal loan option.