Tuition and Fees
The cost for the Oregon Executive MBA for students beginning in fall 2018 will be $79,002. Costs for students beginning the program in fall 2019 will be announced in spring 2019.
Unlike many other MBA programs, Oregon Executive MBA's tuition and fees traditionally cover nearly all the costs of the program, with the exception of some costs associated with the global study trip (international airfare, some meals, personal expenses, and any necessary visa or passport fees).
How to Pay
Tuition and fees are charged on a per-term basis.
Early Application Scholarships
Complete your application for admission to the Oregon Executive MBA by the following dates to be eligible for the coinciding amounts.
December 5, 2018: $3,500
February 13, 2019: $2,500
May 1, 2019: $1,500
- Scholarships will be available for those employed by non-profit organizations.
- Travel scholarships are available to defer costs for students from outside the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area.
- Travel and non-profit scholarship cannot be combined, although each may be combined with an early application scholarship.
In order to receive a scholarship, you must pay the program deposit. Depending on the amount, awards are disbursed evenly across one- or two-year tuition periods.
PLEASE NOTE: All scholarships are subject to budget availability.
For more information and details about scholarships, sign up for an information session or call us at 503-412-3777 or toll free 866-996-3622.
Both federally funded and unsubsidized student loans are available and can provide up to 100 percent of the costs of the program. Oregon Executive MBA's federal school code for financial aid is: 003223.
You may apply for a loan once you are fully admitted. The first step is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Oregon Executive MBA staff can assist you with this process, and the FAFSA website, specializing in government student aid resources, takes you through a simplified process of filling out the FAFSA. For more information on funding, visit the University of Oregon's Graduate School website.