FUNDING your education
Tuition is paid in five installments during the time you are enrolled at Vanderbilt. During the first year, you will need to make payments in fall (40 percent), spring (40 percent) and summer (20 percent). During the second year payments are due in fall (50 percent), spring (50 percent). Students Accounts must show all tuition and fees paid from a previous semester in order to proceed to the next semester. All student accounts balances must be paid in full prior to graduation. Tuition for the academic year 2018-19 is $53,900 with additional program fees* of $6,140.
*Additional Program fees cover: books, printed course materials, most meals while classes and residencies are in session, lodging for all residencies, special events and receptions, library and database access, academic services and graduation expenses. Additional university fees are not included. All fees are subject to change.
You will be responsible for the cost of transportation to all residencies, including the optional second-year International Residency in the Executive Edge track OR the four international residencies in the Global Immersion track.
Many executive students receive some level of financial support from their employers. Sponsoring organizations enjoy many benefits from this investment.
Return on Investment for Your Organization
If you are seeking sponsorship from your organization, we’d like to help. Here is a sample sponsorship letter; we are happy to customize this for your employer.
Most of our Executive MBA students self-fund some or all of the program. In addition to personal resources, students may apply for U.S. government loans as full-time students via the Vanderbilt Financial Aid Office.
To learn more about your loan options, visit the following websites:
The following scholarship opportunities are available for Executive MBA students (where indicated). Contact our Executive MBA Programs staff for information on how to apply.
|Nonprofit Management Scholarship||Executive Edge Track Only||March 31|
|Global Immersion Track MBA Scholarship||Global Immersion Track Only||May 31|
|Forté Fellowship for Women||Both Tracks||May 31|
|Ingram Scholar Award Scholarship||Both Tracks||May 31|
This full-tuition scholarship, (valued at over $100,000) is awarded annually to one nonprofit executive at a qualified 501(c)3 organization who has demonstrated commitment to serving in the nonprofit sector. The recipient is responsible for fees and travel expenses.
Ingram Scholar Award Scholarship
The Ingram Scholar distinction is one of the most prominent awards at Owen. These outstanding students are among a select group of individuals with exceptional academic ability, substantial professional experience, excellent personal qualities and demonstrated leadership abilities.
Forté Fellowship for Women Scholarship
Candidates should exhibit exemplary leadership in one or more ways: academic, team, community or creative. Nominees will represent diverse educational and work backgrounds, career goals, ethnicities and citizenship.
Global Immersion Track Scholarship
In addition to strong academic credentials, candidates should exhibit leadership and professional background in a global capacity.
Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program
Vanderbilt University is a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program. At Vanderbilt, all students who qualify for the Yellow Ribbon Program are entitled to receive a Yellow Ribbon award.
The Owen Graduate School of Management awards up to $10,000 in Yellow Ribbon funds based on the unmet need of a student.
Further information regarding the use of veterans' educational benefits at Vanderbilt University may be found here.
Questions regarding VA educational benefits should be directed to the VA School Certifying Official in the Office of the University Registrar.