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Tuition & funding

The Executive MBA degree program is not funded by the Quebec Ministry of Higher Education and is therefore considered to be a privatized program.

All-inclusive tuition fees

All-inclusive tuition fees are $42,500 per year for a total $85,000 for the entire program.

Our fees are all-inclusive and cover all you will need during your graduate business education with us:

  • All textbooks and course materials (readings also available online)
  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments on class days
  • Business Opportunities and Cultural Immersion in Indigenous communities over 4 semesters
  • 24/7 key card access to dedicated facilities: EMBA study rooms, computer lab and participant kitchen
  • Deluxe EMBA briefcase
  • All costs related to the Healthy Executive, including PERFORM Gym membership
  • All costs related to the LEAD Coaching module including individual coaching by trained certified professional coaches
  • All social functions (e.g., cocktails, outings, etc.)
  • Special administrative support
  • International study trip

This program is considered under Professional Development for companies.

Students who are concurrently registered in an EMBA program and a Qualifying or Graduate Independent program or are registered as an auditor in a Graduate course will be charged tuition and compulsory fees in addition to the annual EMBA program fees.

Deadlines for payment

Program fees become due at the start of the fall term and must be paid in full by September 30.

  • Installment payment plans are available. 
  • Fees may be paid in two equal installments due on September 30 and January 31. 
  • You may also make equal monthly payments over the academic year, from September to April (8 payments) inclusive.

Payment methods

Fees can be paid in three ways:

  • Up front, in a single payment
  • In two equal instalments of $42,500 at the start of each academic year
  • In monthly payments over each academic year (September to April)

Invoices and account statements

The University will issue no printed invoices or account statements. If someone other than the student will be paying the student's fees, e.g. a sponsor, company, etc., the student must make sure that the person or company paying the fees is fully aware of the payment deadlines and methods by which payment can be made.

Payment delays

Payments made through a bank's online payment service take approximately 3 to 5 business days to appear on your account. Other payment methods may also take several days to appear on your account. Please keep this in mind when meeting a payment deadline.

Tax credits for tuition

Students who are self-sponsored (i.e. pay their own tuition) may be able to take advantage of the tax-deductible status of the tuition fees. We encourage you to consult your accountant to get more information about this opportunity. 

Credit Line for Students  

RBC Royal Bank is offering eligible John Molson Executive MBA students* access to a preferred loan arrangement and free financial advising. For additional information, including contact details for designated RBC representatives, please see the RBC Preferred Banking Package for graduate students in professional business programs.

* Credit approval by RBC does not guarantee acceptance into the John Molson EMBA, nor does acceptance to the John Molson EMBA guarantee or imply qualification for financing.

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