Financing your MBA

Kellogg Executive MBA Program

Tuition & financing

Kellogg recognizes that earning your MBA requires a significant financial commitment. To help you plan for and manage these costs, we offer a number of resources and options for financial support.

Tuition

Tuition and fees for the Executive MBA Program are all-inclusive for U.S. based modules, covering fees associated with classes, accommodations, meals, textbooks, supplies, career services, graduation fees and more. In addition, the Executive MBA Program covers the accommodations, most meals, and textbooks for one global elective experience. Additional deposits may be required for emerging market global elective selections.

Sponsorship

Corporate sponsorship is critical to the success of students in the Executive MBA Program. While organizations are not required to provide financial sponsorship, they must approve the time required for a student to attend the program.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to students in the form of federal and/or private loans.

Scholarships & fellowships

In order to make the cost of education more manageable, the Executive MBA Program offers several options for scholarships and fellowships to our students every year.

International Students

International students may be eligible for private loans through external lenders.

GI Bill & Veterans Benefits

Students from the armed forces may be eligible for financial support through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Kellogg is a participant in the VA’s Yellow Ribbon Program, which awards grants of up to $15,000 to students each year.