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Tuition & aid

Our all-inclusive annual tuition fee is CA$18,000*, payable on September 15 of each year.

The total fee of CA$54,000* for 3 years includes:
  • All MBA courses
  • CFA preparatory week and study material (for CFA exam-registered students)
  • Special activities, which may include:

    • Interview skills workshop
    • Career networking services
    • Exam writing skills workshop
    • Speaker series
       
  • CFA Institute-approved calculator
  • Travel and hotel expenses (Toronto and Montreal), when necessary
  • Other activities


Please note: This fee does not include CFA membership or CFA exam fees. Please refer to the CFA Institute's website for detailed information on CFA program fees.

*Fees are subject to change and may increase in 2018.

Canadian applicants should be aware that the MBA in Investment Management is a privately-funded program which is not typically eligible under the provincial governments' student loans and bursaries programs. Future students who require funding are encouraged to visit their local bank to enquire about professional student loans with preferential interest rates and repayment grace periods.

Fellowships & awards

The Goodman Institute of Invesment Management offers the following fellowships and awards in recognition of academic excellence and to support graduate studies:

Goodman Institute of Investment Management Entrance Scholarship for Canadians and permanent residents

This scholarship will grant support to six incoming Canadian citizen or permanent resident students for their first academic year. Three admitted students in Montreal and three admitted students in Toronto will be granted $9,000 each towards their tuition in their first year of study, based on their overall application, including academic standing, GMAT or CFA Level I, their statement of purpose and references.

All completed applications received by one or all of the following three deadlines (April 30, May 31 and June 30) will be considered. Recipients must start the program in September and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 upon completion of the Fall semester, to be granted the scholarship in January to their tuition fee account. The recipients must pay their confirmation deposit of $2,000 upon receiving the award notification. Deferrals are not permitted. All conditions listed in the Concordia letter of acceptance must be met. Recipient must remain in the city where the award has been granted for the first year of the program.

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