The complete program cost for 2013 is $94,000 ($92,000 for non-residential students). This includes the cost of tuition, residency, and meals during scheduled class dates; an iPad; electronic course materials; administrative and program fees; and expenses related to the international experience.
Many students receive full or partial financial sponsorship from their employers. Financial aid in the form of graduate student loans is also available. Information regarding financial assistance available to graduate students may be obtained from the Villanova University Office of Financial Assistance.
We are pleased to offer merit-based scholarships in the amount of $9,200. To be considered for an EMBA scholarship, we ask that you submit a response to the following after you have submitted all other application materials:
At Villanova we're proud to be ranked #1 in peer learning by the Wall Street Journal. We feel strongly that what students learn from each other is just as important as what our faculty teach. Please describe a situation where you learned something significant from a colleague or where you assumed a leadership role in teaching a colleague (or colleagues) something of significance.
Submissions can be emailed to the admissions committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.