Executive MBA Tuition, Scholarships, & Financial Aid

Executive MBA students who are a part of the cohort, 18-month program at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business receive an exceptional MBA education from a Public Ivy institution. With classes held on campus in historic Williamsburg, our students experience the culture and richness of this community.

Tuition

$4,500 non-refundable deposit is due within 30 days of acceptance* in order to secure position in the cohort and is applied to the Semester 1 balance due.

 
tuition rates
Semester 1 Due January 1 $23,000
Semester 2 Due June 1 $23,000
Semester 3 Due August 1 $23,000
Semester 4 Due January 1 $23,000
Semester 5 Due June 1 $23,000
TOTAL** $115,000***

*For service members who are actively serving or for veterans who have served honorably in the armed forces of the United States and who will use Military or Veterans Affairs benefits to cover the $4,500 admission deposit may have the deposit requirement waived since Military/Veterans Affairs payments are not received by the institution until after the semester begins. The student is responsible for all program costs not covered by Military/Veterans Affairs benefits.

**Long-haul international flights for the required global immersions are not included in Program tuition and fees. Each student is responsible for booking and paying for two roundtrip airline tickets with an estimated budget of $1,500 per ticket or $3,000 total over the course of the Program.

***All tuition rates for 2022 are pending BOV approval in May, 2021.

Scholarships

Tribe Scholars program and Financial Aid

Tribe Scholars Program

William & Mary undergraduate alumni now receive preferred admission to the W&M Executive MBA program through our new Tribe Scholars Program. Because we know the extraordinary caliber of our alumni, we offer them:

  • $100 application fee waiver
  • Interview waiver
  • Guaranteed admission with an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or above

Tribe Scholars must complete the Executive MBA application.

Alumni Referral Program

William & Mary graduates now have the opportunity nominate friends, family, co-workers and peers and help them receive an alumni referral scholarship for the Executive MBA Program. If the candidate is admitted to the Executive MBA Program, they will receive a scholarship of $5,000.

To participate in this new program, William & Mary alumni need to complete the Executive MBA Alumni Referral form, which requires full contact information for the person they are referring and a statement of nomination telling why they think their referral is a good fit for the Executive MBA Program.

The Details:

  • Students who are referred and apply will receive a $5,000 Alumni Referral Scholarship.
  • Participating alumni can refer up to three students per cohort. The Executive MBA Program begins a new cohort each January.
  • Admitted students may only receive one Alumni Referral Scholarship, regardless of the number of alumni referrals they receive.
  • To be eligible for the scholarship award, the alumni referral must be received before the student submits an application.

Submit your referral

For questions about the referral program, contact Kim Sperling, Senior Director of Development & Alumni Engagement for MBA Programs at 757-221-7848 or [[m|kimberly.sperling]].

For questions about the Executive MBA Admissions, candidates are invited to contact Jana Allen-Bishop, Associate Director, Executive MBA Program at 757-221-2356 or [[m|jana.allen-bishop]].

Financial Aid

William & Mary graduates now have the opportunity nominate friends, family, co-workers and peers and help them receive an alumni referral scholarship for the Executive MBA Program. If the candidate is admitted to the Executive MBA Program, they will receive a scholarship of $5,000.

Executive MBA students get financial support from their companies, the military, and from student loans. Please contact the following offices for information on each kind of financial aid:

General Financial Aid Information (other than military or Veterans Affairs)
Jen Meier
757-221-2426
[[w|jmmeie]]

Military Tuition Assistance Billing
Danielle Magee
757-221-1300
[[w|dmmagee]]

VA Benefits (including new GI Bill ®)
Carolyn Ward
757-221-2893
[[w|caward01]]

In addition to any employer financial support and a student’s personal funds, assistance in the form of federal loans is available to Executive MBA students. The criteria for federal loans are U.S. Citizenship, Permanent Residents and enrollment in a degree seeking graduate program.