- What is included in the tuition fees?
- When is the tuition due?
- If I decide to withdraw from the program will the tuition be refunded?
- Is financial aid available for this program? Are scholarships available?
- Can you invoice my employer?
- My employer is partially financing the program. Who is financially responsible for paying the fees? Are there special arrangements for this?
The tuition fee includes the cost of recommended text books and readings as well as most meals for each residential segment. The cost of travel, accommodation and miscellaneous expenses is not included and is to be borne by the participant.
A non-refundable acceptance fee of $7,490 (inclusive of Singapore GST @ 7%) will be required to secure your place once you receive an admission offer. This amount will be offset against the first tuition payment. Fees are always due prior to each session. (Please visit Program Fees for the most current fee information and payment schedule. and payment schedule.)
Fees are paid in installments prior to each session on a pay-as-you-go basis. There is no refund for admission fees or fees for those segments taken should a participant decide to withdraw from the program.
The Executive MBA program is not eligible for U.S. Federal Financial Aid as it is administered in Singapore and not in the United States. In Singapore, SPRING offers a grant to SMEs for up to 70% of the course fee capped at $90,000 Singapore dollars. Currently, there are no scholarships available for this program.
No, the tuition fee is billed to the student’s name. Kindly contact the Program Office directly should you have any issues on this.
My employer is partially financing the program. Who is financially responsible for paying the fees? Are there special arrangements for this?
Yes, special payment arrangements can be made for such situations, though the final responsibility of the tuition rests with the participant (and not the company).