Two-Year MBA & MS·MBA
The following tuition, fees, and other expenses have been established at Boston University Questrom School of Business for the 2015-2016 academic year.
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|Two-Year MBA Tuition|
|Books and Supplies (Estimated)||$1,574|
|Room and Board (Estimated)||$12,620|
|Total Educational Expenses*||$66,766|
|* Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. Tuition rates listed above reflect the 2015-2016 academic year.|
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Massachusetts law requires all students who carry at least 75 percent of the full-time curriculum to have medical insurance. Students who cannot demonstrate coverage under a qualifying medical insurance plan are required to purchase the University’s student health insurance plan. The cost of BU Medical Insurance for the 2015-201 academic year is $1,945.
Two-Year MS-MBA Tuition
The following tuition, fees, and other expenses have been established at Boston University Questrom School of Business for the 2015-2016 academic year. The MS·MBA tuition includes both the full-time tuition as well as tuition for the Summer session.
|Books and Supplies (Estimated)||$1,574|
|Room and Board (Estimated)||$12,620|
|Total Educational Expenses||$78,250|
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Massachusetts law requires all students who carry at least 75 percent of the full-time curriculum to have medical insurance. Students who cannot demonstrate coverage under a qualifying medical insurance plan are required to purchase the University’s student health insurance plan. The cost of BU Medical Insurance for the 2015-2016 academic year is $1,945.
Boston University Questrom School of Business offers a variety of merit-based scholarship programs for qualified full-time students. Applicants
are notified of these opportunities in their initial offers of admission. A separate application for scholarship consideration is not needed, and the Admission Committee considers all admitted candidates for merit-based scholarship awards.
For the fall 2015 entering class, more than 90% received scholarship assistance with the average award exceeding $25,000 per year. Below is a list of the various awards currently offered by Questrom.
In our effort to attract the highest quality candidates from around the world, the Dean’s Scholarship program provides a minimum of 30 awards ranging from $25,000 to $40,000 per year for candidates with outstanding professional, academic, and personal qualities. Both domestic and international candidates will be considered for these awards.
Our LEAD Fellowship program seeks to enhance extracurricular involvement at Questrom by attracting exceptional
students who will become the next generation of business leaders throughout the world. This program provides a minimum of
30 awards ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 per year for candidates who demonstrate a commitment to community involvement and a desire to become an active member of the BU community. Both domestic and international candidates will be considered for these awards.
Public & Nonprofit Supplemental Scholarship*
The intent of the Public & Nonprofit Supplemental Scholarship program is to limit the financial burden faced by students who seek to use core business management skills to address society’s most challenging humanitarian and social problems. This program provides a minimum of 10 awards ranging from $5,000 to $40,000 per year to admitted students of the Public & Nonprofit program. Both domestic and international candidates will be considered for these awards.
City Year Scholarship*
The Boston University Questrom School of Business has partnered with City Year to sponsor a minimum of three scholarships to our Two-Year Public and Nonprofit MBA Program for City Year alumni and staff members who have at least one year of service and/or City Year staff members who have been employed for at least two years. Questrom feels that there is a the rich perspective City Year alumni and staff bring to their educational experience and this experience will add to our PNP program, focused on addressing society’s most challenging humanitarian and social problems in the global economy. This partnership will provide a minimum $30,000 Scholarship towards the Two-Year Public & Nonprofit MBA. For full-time students, the minimum award amount will be $15,000 per year and renewable for a second year.
Education Pioneers Scholarship*
The Boston University Questrom School of Business has created a flagship partnership with Education Pioneers to sponsor a minimum of three scholarships to our Two-Year Public and Nonprofit MBA Program for Education Pioneers alumni and staff members who have at least one year of service and/or Education Pioneers staff members who have been employed for at least two years. Questrom feels that there is a the unique perspective Education Pioneers alumni and staff bring to their educational experience and this experience will add to our PNP program, focused on addressing society’s most challenging humanitarian and social problems in the global economy. For eligible students, the minimum award amount will be $10,000 per year, renewable for a second year.
MS·MBA Summer Scholarship
Available to outstanding MS·MBA candidates, this program provides supplemental support for the added tuition costs associated with obtaining this joint degree. Support is generally reserved for Dean’s Scholars, and ranges from $5,000 to $10,000. This award is only applicable to the summer semester of the MS·MBA program. Both domestic and international candidates will be considered for these awards.
National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) Scholarship*
This scholarship is provided by NSHMBA and the Boston University Questrom School of Business to provide greater access to the best in graduate management education for Hispanic prospective students. Boston University will provide a full or half tuition scholarship to be awarded on behalf of the Boston Chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
United States citizens of Latin American descent will be given primary consideration for this award. Candidates will be notified in their admission package, and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs will be notified once the recipient has confirmed his or her intent to enroll at the Boston University Questrom School of Business.
FUNED Scholarship for Mexican Nationals*
In collaboration with Fundación Mexicana para la Educatión, la Tecnología y la Ciencia, A.C. (FUNED), provides a maximum of three scholarships, ranging from $5,000 to $35,000. In addition, FUNED grants provide “credit-scholarships” covering up to 40 percent of the total cost of the master’s program (not exceeding $40,000 over two years).
Talentia Fellowship Program
Boston University is a proud University partner with the Talentia Fellowship Program. This program is an initiative by the Ministry for Innovation, Science and Enterprise in Andalusia, Spain that provides postgraduate scholarships to students from Andalusia allowing them to study abroad in selected institutions. The fellowships are addressed to university graduates with outstanding intellectual and human excellence, an international profile and commitment to the development of Andalusia. Awards cover full tuition, travel expenses, and living allowance for a maximum of two academic years.
*These awards will be folded into existing LEAD Fellowships and Dean’s Scholarship awards.
Federal Financial Aid
If you are a US citizen or permanent resident, you are eligible to apply for one or all of the following programs:
Federal Direct Stafford Loan
The Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program provides low-interest loans to US citizens pursuing graduate education. The maximum loan eligibility is $20,500 per academic year and the interest rate is currently 6.21%. For most current interest rates and loan fees for the Direct Stafford please visit the U.S. Department site.
To apply for federal financial assistance:
- Obtain a PIN (Personal Identification Number or username) from the Department of Education website. You will need a PIN to complete the FAFSA.
- Complete the 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Boston University’s school code is 002130.
- Complete the Questrom Application for Federal Financial Aid and submit it to the Graduate Programs Office via drop off, mail, fax, or scan and e-mail.
US citizens, permanent residents, and international students can finance business school with private education loans. US citizens and permanent residents who qualify as creditworthy do not require cosigners. International students, however, must apply with a creditworthy US citizen or permanent resident with a US-based address. For more information about lenders in the rapidly changing loan environment, please visit BU’s Alternative Financing Options website.
Many state and private organizations offer scholarships to students who demonstrate academic excellence. The Graduate Programs Office encourages you to apply for all external scholarship opportunities.
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Payment Plan Options
Students may choose to budget all or part of their semester balance in five monthly payments with the Tuition Payment Plan administered by Higher One. Participants must complete an enrollment agreement and pay a nonrefundable $35 enrollment fee per semester. For more information about the Tuition Payment Plan or to enroll online, please visit the Student Accounting Services website. The deadline to enroll in the TuitionPay Plan is mid-August for the Fall Semester, and mid-December for the Spring Semester. Payments for fall term do begin in May and enrolling after May would require making back payments upon enrollment.
Veterans and military personnel are eligible for educational assistance. If you are interested in taking advantage of this assistance, please contact 1-888-GI-BILL (1-888-442-4551) and speak with a Veterans Benefits Counselor or visit the GIBill website.
Yellow Ribbon Program
Boston University is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, an agreement with the Veterans Administration (VA) to fund tuition expenses that exceed the highest public in-state undergraduate tuition rate. Individuals with active duty service since September 11, 2001, may be eligible for this benefit and can apply online at United States Department of Veterans Affairs. As a 2010-2011 academic year participant in the Post-9/11 GI Bill’s Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP), Boston University will provide 20 students with Yellow Ribbon scholarships on a first-come, first-served basis. The University will contribute up to $2,600 per student per semester (fall, spring, and summer) that will be matched by the Veterans Administration.