TUITION & FEES

The tuition fees for the Management of the Growing Enterprise and Non-Profit and Charitable Organizations specializations for the current academic year are $760 per semester hour. The program is a total of 45 semester hours for a total estimated tuition of $34,200. The current tuition for the International Business specialization is $805 per semester hour. The program is a total of 45 semester hours for a total estimated tuition of $36,225 (there is an additional cost for the Travel Study). Tuition rates typically increase in May for the next academic year.

PAYMENT OF FEES

Graduate students may pay in full when registering or adopt one of the following payment schedules:

  1. Pay in two equal installments with the first payment due the first Friday of May for summer semester, the first Friday of September for fall semester, or the first Friday of January for spring semester. The second payment is due June 15 for the summer semester, October 15 for the fall semester, or February 15 for the spring semester. If registration occurs after the first payment date, then tuition is due in full upon registration.
  2. Pay using the Credit Card Payment Plan option - with 4 equal payments for fall and spring semesters and 3 equal payments for the summer semester.

See the Office of the Registrar website for further details. Online banking is the preferred payment method.


MBA Scholarships & Aid

TWU ALUMNI MBA SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are available for TWU alumni who have been admitted to the MBA or EMBA programs

Program Cumulative GPA Requirement Scholarship Amount
MBA TWU GPA 3.5 and above $5,000* divided over 2 semesters
MBA TWU GPA 3.0 to 3.49 $3,000* divided over 2 semesters
EMBA TWU GPA 3.0 and above Up to $10,000* divided over 4 semesters

*An additional $2,000 in scholarship funding is available for students who have submitted a completed application to the Admissions Office by May 15, 2021 for the Summer or Fall 2021 intake.

INAUGURAL EMBA SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships of up to $10,000 (divided over 4 semesters) are available to students of the inaugural EMBA class who have made a deposit by July 30th for the September 2021 cohort. This scholarship can be combined with other scholarships, including the EMBA Entrance Scholarship.

EMBA ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships of up to $10,000 (divided over 4 semesters) are available to outstanding students who are admitted into the EMBA Program. Recipients of the scholarship will be chosen on the basis of the overall quality of the student's application to the program, with particular emphasis placed on their managerial experience and performance on the admissions test. This scholarship is not compatible with recipients of the TWU Alumni MBA scholarship.

WOMEN IN BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to outstanding female students admitted to the MBA (Non-Profit and Growing Enterprise Specializations) and EMBA Programs on the basis of overall quality of the student's application to the program, with particular emphasis placed on their career path and their performance in their admissions interview.

Scholarship amounts: Up to $5,000 (divided over 2 semesters) for MBA and up to $10,000 (divided over 4 semesters) for EMBA.

OPPORTUNITY GRANT

This scholarship is available to students entering the MBA/EMBA program with demonstrated financial need, who would not otherwise be able to attend the MBA/EMBA program without the funding provided by this scholarship.

Preference may also be given to students entering the program who are from a location with a population of less than 500,000 (as defined by Statistics Canada).

Scholarship amounts: Up to $7,500 (divided over 3 semesters) for MBA and up to $15,000 (divided over 4 semesters) for EMBA. Due to the number of applicants for this grant, funding may not extend to all eligible applicants.

Application: Submit the TWU Financial Need Assessment by June 1.

ENDOWMENT AWARDS

Endowment awards are established by donors of the university and are based on a variety of criteria including financial need, program, and other student characteristics.

Perkins Family Trust Scholarship:  Award available a student enrolled in the Non-Profit Management specialization with demonstrated financial need. Upon graduation, successful recipients are encouraged to pay it forward to another graduate student. Award amount: up to $2,300

Otto Froelich Scholarship: Award available to a student enrolled in the MBA program (any specialization) with demonstrated financial need. Award amount: up to $1,500

Application: Submit the TWU Financial Need Assessment and Endowment Award Application by June 1.


Student Loan Options

Student Lines of Credit

Student Lines of Credit or Private Loans may be a consideration to help fund your MBA program. Contact any financial institution to apply and make sure to compare interest rates and repayment terms.  A co-signer may be required.  See Gov’t of Canada website for general consumer information regarding student lines of credit.

Canada Gov’t Student Loan

Canadian students enrolled in the International Business specialization may be eligible for financial assistance through the Canada Student loan program.  If you are considering apply for a government loan please contact the financial aid office at awards@twu.ca.

The following MBA programs are Ineligible for Gov’t Student Loan: 

  • Executive MBA  
  • Non-Profit and Charitable Organization Management Specialization 
  • Management of the Growing Enterprise 
  • Great Wall MBA