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John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management

John Molson MBA in Investment Management

Offered by the Goodman Institute of Investment Management

Tuition & aid

All inclusive tuition fee

The MBA in Investment Management offers significant value for money when looking at comparable MBA programs in Toronto, Montreal, other parts of Canada, or abroad.

And, given we’re the only MBA in Canada specializing in investment management, requiring you to pass the Level 1 CFA exam to graduate, you gain not only an internationally recognized John Molson MBA, but also the toolbox to help you attain the full CFA designation.

As of June 1, 2020:

  • $69,000 (total) for Canadian students and permanent residents
  • $84,000 (total) for international students

* Fees are subject to change. No tuition difference for Accelerated Program. 

The total fee includes:

  • All MBA courses
  • CFA preparatory week and study material (for CFA exam-registered students) 
  • Meals on class days
  • CFA Institute-approved calculator 

Special activities include: 

  • Interview skills workshop 
  • Career networking services 
  • Exam writing skills workshop 
  • Speaker series 
  • Study skills workshops
  • Excel financial modeling
  • Travel and hotel (Toronto and Montreal) when necessary

Fee does not include: CFA membership, CFA enrolment fees, or health insurance


Funding options

Several tuition funding supports are available to eligible students.

Fellowships, Awards and Teaching Assistantships

Concordia University’s Goodman Institute of Investment Management offers over $100,000 in fellowships and awards every academic year, in recognition of academic excellence and to support graduate studies. Amongst these are the JMSB Fellowships and Awards for Exceptional Performance and the Ned Goodman Teaching Assistantship Endowment. Presented below is the Entrance Support Program, specifically for new applicants.

Entrance Support Program

This program grants financial support to six incoming students each year. Three students each, in both Montreal and Toronto, will be granted $9,000 towards their tuition in their first year of study, based on academic standing and GMAT at the time of application. 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 maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 upon completion of the Fall term to be granted support in January.

Tax credits for tuition

As the program is classified as a full-time program, 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.


Personal loan or line of credit

RBC Royal Bank is offering eligible students* in the MBA in Investment Management program at the Goodman Institute of Investment Management at Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business access to a preferred loan arrangement and free financial advising. For additional information, including contact details for designated RBC representatives, please see the RBC Graduate Business Studies summary

(*Credit approval by RBC does not guarantee acceptance into the MBA in Investment Management program nor does acceptance into the MBA in Investment Management program guarantee or imply qualification for financing.)

HDFC Credila - for students from India studying in Canada

HDFC Credila offers a completely customized product for borrowers who opt to pursue their university/college education in Canada.

  • Funding for: Tuition Fee + cost of living + any other education related expenses
  • Flexible repayment options with up to 180 months (15 years) loan tenure1
  • Competitive interest rates – starting from 10.75% p.a.2
  • Attractive Tax benefits
  • Dedicated Relationship Managers with door step service

For more information, please contact Mr. Tushar Adole
* 1Terms and conditions apply. 2Interest rate offered will vary a on case to case basis and on individual merits

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