Tuition & Aid
Financing Your Executive MBA
Costs for the redesigned Wisconsin Executive MBA will be finalized in Summer 2024.
Many employers offer tuition reimbursement and recognize the benefits they receive when their employees participate in the Wisconsin Executive MBA Program. Students are encouraged to write proposals for their employers that emphasize the impact an executive MBA can have for their leadership for the organization.
Scholarships are awarded to exceptional candidates who apply.
Applying early for priority consideration is recommended. Review of scholarship applications will coincide with the admissions review, with scholarship decisions made at the time of the admissions decision.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents may apply for federal financial aid in the form of student loans. More information can be found from Federal Student Aid at the U.S. Department of Education or through the Office of Student Financial Aid at UW–Madison.
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.
The Wisconsin Executive MBA Program is eligible for use of military and veterans education benefits. To learn more, call the UW–Madison veterans services coordinator at 608-265-4628 or visit the Veterans Services & Military Assistance Center website.