Costs for programs reflect the high level of quality that programs deliver. The range of costs will vary based on geography, program services, and many other factors. Learn more about program fees when you search for programs.
While looking to finance your education, it makes sense to start with your organization. As a general practice, most organizations sponsor students by paying all or part of their tuition and allowing them to attend classes because they know the benefits of the degree experience to the organization.
The good news is that the majority of EMBA students – about 60 percent – do receive some form of corporate sponsorship. In some regions of the world, full corporate sponsorship levels may be higher. According to the results of 2012 Executive MBA Council research:
- Almost 26 percent of students who took part in EMBA survey received full financial sponsorship from their employers.
- About 35 percent of students received partial funding.
- Thirty-nine percent of students were self-sponsored.
Whether from their organization or from other sources, you will need to consider how to fund your education.