Tuition costs are available on the UNH Business Services website. Program costs include lodging and meals for the four-day introductory residence, the three-day Wall Street residence in the fall of the second year, and a nine-day international residence in the spring of the second year (excluding airfare). In addition, each student has a hotel room on Friday nights.
Typically not associated with the Executive MBA program. Self-funded applicants should inquire with the Admissions Committee.
Students attending the University full-time (students in the Executive MBA program are considered full-time) are required to have health insurance coverage. The University provides a policy for (rate TBA), or students submit a waiver if they already possess equivalent health coverage. For additional information please visit www.unh.edu/health-services/shbp/.
Financial sponsorship from your organization is recommended but not required. Many employers have designed reimbursement models using the part-time program as their base. We recommend that students work with their employers to consider alternative arrangements. For example, many students agree to remain with their organization for a number of years after graduation, or come to other agreements. We can also help by searching our alumni database for alumni who may work in your organization for advice on funding.
Federal Financial Aid is an option for additional funding sources. Complete the on-line Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov/ or contact the University’s financial aid office at www.unh.edu/financial-aid.