UT Arlington’s EMBA program offers the best value in the Southwest. Tuition includes orientation, all textbooks, course binders and materials, breakfasts, lunches and dinners for 15 months, wireless facilities and free secure parking. It also covers airfare to/from and within China, hotel and most meals for the 14-day international China immersion trip, as well as our exclusive Asian Business Studies Certificate.
While our EMBA is extremely affordable compared to other AACSB-accredited programs, we offer scholarships to employees of nonprofit organizations and certain affinity partners (see details below), and can help you arrange student loans and/or financial aid. Email Ashley Madewell or call her at 817-272-1748 for assistance.
Please note, all scholarships referenced here are limited to tuition and fees.
*** Early Application Scholarship ***
Pay your tuition deposit by the early application deadline (March 8, 2017) to receive a $4,000 scholarship.
Pay your tuition deposit by the preferred application deadline (May 31, 2017) to receive a $2,000 scholarship.
Pay total $74,500 initially, or use the payment schedule below:
|Application Fee||$150||Due with application|
(waived for veterans)
|Tuition Deposit||$1,500||Due upon acceptance (nonrefundable)|
|First Payment||$18,250||Due Oct. 1, 2017|
|Second Payment||$18,250||Due Feb. 1, 2018|
|Third Payment||$18,250||Due Jul. 1, 2018|
|Fourth Payment||$18,250||Due Sep. 1, 2018|
Credit cards are accepted for all four payment installments. We accept only checks for the application fee and tuition deposit.
Executive MBA candidates seeking financial aid should first complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The University of Texas at Arlington school code is 003656.
VETERANS' EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS
The UT Arlington EMBA program accepts the educational benefits provided to veterans through the Post-9/11 GI Bill. The EMBA application fee is waived for all veterans. Call the UT Arlington Office of Veterans’ Affairs at 817-272-3017 for more information. (Since the Executive MBA program does not receive state funding, Hazlewood Act benefits do not apply.)
Nonprofit Scholarships: The Executive MBA program at the University of Texas at Arlington is committed to supporting our community. We also recognize the value area nonprofits contribute, and we are proud to offer a limited number of scholarships to nonprofit managers and executives in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Scholarships range from $5,000 to $15,000, as determined by the Admissions Committee.
To be eligible for consideration, applicants should:
Affinity Scholarships: The UTA EMBA program partners with many professional organizations and corporations in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to offer scholarships to their members and employees.* To be eligible, individual memberships in one of our partner chambers of commerce must be active at least one year before application submission. All employees of companies with a participating chamber of commerce membership are eligible for the scholarship. Scholarships are available to members of the following organizations:
* Nonprofit scholarship recipients are not eligible for affinity scholarships in addition to their scholarship.
See examples below, or select any private loan of your choice.
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