Graduate school is an investment toward your future. When making any important financial decision, you should weigh your total cost against the expected return on investment. An MBA from Georgia Tech is one of the more reasonably priced MBAs among top programs – and is ranked 23rd for return on investment (worldwide) by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Annual Tuition & Fees: 2014-2015 Academic Year
Note: Tuition and fees are applicable for the Full-time MBA program for the 2014-2015 academic year (fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters) and are subject to change after any academic term.
More than 50% of Full-time MBA students received funding from the Scheller College of Business including graduate assistantships (GAs) and fellowships. All applicants, resident and non-resident, who apply by the Funding II deadline of January 15 are eligible for consideration.
|The College awards GAs to about 30 percent of each entering class based on academic merit. Graduate assistants are assigned to work with a faculty member or administrator in the College for up to 14 hours per week in exchange for a monthly salary and tuition reduction. The estimated value of an assistantship may be as high as $91,000 depending on the type of award and residency status.|
|The College of Business offers a limited number of fellowships to MBA students. You may be nominated by the MBA Admissions Committee for a fellowship upon completion of your application.|
|MBA students may be eligible for education loans. To learn more about graduate financial aid and loan programs, visit Georgia Tech's Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid Website.|
|The Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program|
Effective August 1, 2011, qualified U.S. veterans may be eligible to receive financial support for tuition, mandatory fees, books and housing. Yellow Ribbon is awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis, and slots are limited. Visit the Registrar's Website for more information.