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Affording Your EMBA

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An MBA is a major investment—of time, energy, and money. You have many options to consider in thinking about how you will pay for your studies.

Our Financial Aid Office is dedicated to assisting students with the process of obtaining the right financial resources to finance their education. Many of our students receive full or partial tuition assistance from their employers, while others finance their EMBAs through personal savings, loans, or scholarships.  Yale’s limited scholarships support exceptional candidates with a record of leadership and accomplishment.

Resources and Opportunities for Executive MBA Students

The two-year cost for students entering in July of 2024 will be $216,840. This cost includes tuition, required textbooks, study materials, a Windows tablet and breakfast and lunch on all class days, as well as lodging during Orientation and summer residencies (the two weeks at the start of the first year and one week at the start of the second year) and lodging and programming for the EMBA Global Network Week. 

Yale SOM provides a small number of partial scholarships to exceptional candidates for the MBA for Executives program. Recipients of these highly selective awards have a demonstrated track record of outstanding leadership at the intersection of business and society. Awards will be made to individuals whom the selection committee members believe will enhance the program experience through their distinctive perspectives and experiences. In addition to merit, demonstrated financial need will also play a role in determining award recipients.

We have put together additional information on all military financial aid programs and hope you will use this information as you substantially reduce the cost of your degree.

The Yale School of Management Loan Forgiveness Program was the first program of its kind and has provided a model for similar programs at business schools. Since its establishment, the school has provided more than $12 million in support to over 400 alumni around the country. It is the most generous loan forgiveness program among business schools.

In addition to its support and programming for entrepreneurs, existing grants for entrepreneurs encourage students to pursue ventures.