Tuition & Expenses

  Michigan Residents Non-Michigan Residents
Tuition

$150,125
(5 terms / $30,025 per term)

$155,125
(5 terms / $31,025 per term)

Enrollment Deposit  $3,000
(non-refundable; applied to tuition)
$3,000
(non-refundable; applied to tuition)

Tuition and expenses are set at the beginning of the 21-month program and do not change. Tuition rates for the 2017-18 class will be posted in early July 2017.

Tuition and expenses for the Michigan Ross EMBA Program cover:

  • all tuition for courses, workshops, special speakers, and events
  • all books, electronic resources, and course materials technology, software, and communications needs
  • accommodations
  • all dining, including breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks/coffee breaks, and occasional group dining excursions if organized by the EMBA Program

All accommodations and meals are covered for the duration of extended on-campus residencies. In addition, international and/or domestic travel required for the ExecMAP project course is covered by sponsoring organizations and/or the EMBA Program.

Note that tuition and fees do not cover your monthly travel expenses. EMBA students are required to pay for all transportation to and from Ann Arbor and/or Los Angeles. If you are traveling from outside the region, you may be eligible (depending on distance traveled) to stay in EMBA Program facilities on the Saturday night after classes.


Other Costs

All Executive MBA students may borrow funds to cover the following approved other costs. The following budget items are listed here separately for federal loan purposes.

(Per Academic Year)

Food and Housing $14,676
Personal (including health care insurance) $5,698
Loan Fees $211

Disclaimer: The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.

Contact Us
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734.615.5002

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Seoul Office
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Tokyo Office
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Technology & Operations

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Managing Director
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Lillian Chen, Research Area Specialist
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Ross Registrar's Office
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Stewart Thornhill
Executive Director
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734-615-4421

734.764.2246

734.936.2726

tauberinfo@umich.edu
734.647.1333

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Payment

Admitted students are required to submit a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to secure a seat in a specific EMBA cohort. Tuition is billed in five equal installments due at the beginning of each of the program’s five terms: fall, Aug. 31; winter, first day of the term (Jan. 4, 2017); spring/summer, April 30. The nonrefundable enrollment deposit is applied toward the first term’s tuition payment.

Financial Aid and Loans
You may qualify for various loan options to help fund your EMBA education

A number of federal and private loan options may be available to you as an EMBA student. In addition, Ross provides short-term loans to Executive MBA students whose employers provide tuition reimbursement only after a term is completed. If you are not a U.S. citizen/permanent resident, we suggest you learn more about funding resources in your home country.

See Financial Aid & Loans for options that may be available to you.

Disclaimer: The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid.

Corporate Sponsorship
Financial assistance may be available from your employer

Corporate financial sponsorship is not a requirement for admission, however, a number of EMBA candidates are sponsored in full or in part by their employers. For tips on approaching your employer about sponsorship, see our Sponsorship page.

Veterans
Support is available for U.S. military veterans

Ross is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. For those candidates who are 100 percent eligible for Chapter 33, the University of Michigan and Ross will cover most of your unmet tuition needs. We do not limit the number of participants and will cover all admitted students who are eligible.

See the Financial Aid for Veterans section for options that may be available to you.

Ross Scholarships
A limited amount of scholarship funds are available

All candidates applying to the Executive MBA Program are automatically considered for merit-based scholarship awards at the time of application review. We also welcome candidates who are currently working in the non-profit and public sectors as part of our commitment to community and positive social impact.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early in the recruiting cycle when scholarship funds and class seats are at their greatest. All scholarship awards are communicated with admissions decisions approximately four to six weeks after an application has been completed.