The complete program cost for the cohort beginning in August 2014 is $95,000 ($93,000 for students choosing the non-residence option). This includes the cost of tuition, residency and meals during scheduled class dates; an iPad; electronic course materials; administrative and program fees; and all expenses related to the international experience.
Financial aid in the form of graduate student loans is available. Click here for more information on financial aid.
Qualified students may use funds from the Post 9/11 GI Bill towards their tuition. For more information about the GI Bill, please visit the Veterans Affairs website.
The Villanova Executive MBA Program is proud to offer additional funds to those students who have served our country. Please contact Laurie Cato for more information on the Yellow Ribbon program.
The Executive MBA Office is pleased to offer merit-based scholarships in the amount of 10% of the total tuition. To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, please submit a one-page essay addressing why collaborative learning is important to you.
Submissions can be emailed to the admissions committee at email@example.com.
Central to Villanova’s Executive MBA program is its distinctive Systems Thinking tract led by Dr. Jamshid Gharajedaghi. The Executive MBA Alumni Association has created a scholarship to honor the memory of Jamshid’s beloved late wife, Nasrid, and Jamshid’s contributions to the Villanova Executive MBA Program.
The scholarship is intended to provide financial support to an underrepresented incoming-EMBA student who has demonstrated a commitment to use the EMBA experience to give back to society in a meaningful way. Considerations for this scholarship are made after students enroll in the EMBA program and can be in addition to a merit-based scholarship.