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Tuition & Aid


Tuition & Fees

The estimated total tuition for students starting in Fall 2024 is $86,400 + segregated fees for the entire program. Segregated fees are estimated to cost $4,794.


Upon acceptance into the program, a $1,500 non-refundable deposit is required to hold a place in the class. The enrollment deposit is credited toward the first semester’s tuition.


Merit Scholarship

Applicants are asked to complete the merit portion of the application, including two essays, to be considered for a merit scholarship. Recipients will learn of the decision for merit when the admissions decision is published.

Financial Aid

You may be eligible for financial aid. Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid’s website to learn more about eligibility and applying.

Learn more about financial aid

Graduate Assistantships

Students enrolled in this program may accept graduate assistantships (teaching, research, or project assistantship positions) or university appointments and receive stipends and health insurance based on the appropriate percentage of appointment. However, the assistantship or appointment will not be eligible for tuition remission (waiver of tuition or academic fees). 

Students should be aware of the structure and rigor of the program, as well as significant cocurricular, experiential learning, and career development opportunities, before considering on-campus employment opportunities like graduate assistantships.

Employer Assistance

More than 330 employers have supported students in the Wisconsin MBA programs. These employers understand that the relevance of our curriculum ensures they will benefit immediately from their investment in talent development. Employers also benefit from the expanded professional networks Wisconsin MBA students bring to their roles.

Consider asking your employer for support. This support may take the form of financial sponsorship, limited work travel, and/or time off.