Full-Time MBA Program

Tuition + Financial Aid

Our numbers add up to a rich MBA experience you will value.

We built our reputation on being both high quality and highly affordable. The Full-Time MBA pays for itself within 3.8 years according to Forbes' 2015 rankings. Learn more about tuition and fees, financial aid, and our highly competitive scholarship and assistantship opportunities.

Tuition & Fees 2016–2017

Our Board of Regents adjusts the Full-Time MBA tuition and fees in May of each year for the next academic year.

Cost Georgia Resident Non-Resident
One-Time Costs MBA Program Fee $500 $500
PreMBA Coursework
(MBA Foundations)
$170 $170
Tuition + Fees Each Academic Year Tuition $13,192 $31,510
Student Fees $2,270 $2,270
Total Tuition + Fees for 1 Year $16,132 $34,450

Optional Experiences

International Residency Estimated Costs
Land Package $1900
Airfare Varies by Destination
Spending Money $500
Note:  Students make their own airfare arrangements and spending varies by personal preferences.

 

Silicon Valley Trip Estimated Costs
Hotel, Airfare, Spending Money $1100
Note:  There is no program fee for this trip. Students make their own arrangements and costs vary.

 

Estimated Living Expenses 2016–2017

Most of our Full-Time MBA students live in the Athens area and appreciate the high quality of life at an affordable price.

  On-Campus Off-Campus
Average Room & Board $11,300 $14,750
Books & Supplies $1,500 – $1,800 $1,500 – $1,800
Transportation $1,172 $1,882
Miscellaneous Living Expenses $5,668 $5,668

Financial Assistance

Scholarships + Assistantships

All applicants are considered for scholarships and assistantships and notified of awards when accepted. We offer generous merit aid to the most qualified students because we value your intellectual ability and professional accomplishments.

Need-Based Financial Aid

Domestic students requiring need-based financial assistance should apply for available need-based federal loans and grants before applying for private education loans. International students with U.S. co-signors can apply for private education loans. The University does not endorse or recommend any private education (alternative) loan company.

The UGA Office of Student Financial Aid outlines the application process for incoming students and provides a detailed FAQ to answer common questions. This process starts with filing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), which can be done online and should be done as soon as you file your taxes. The FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR) determines your eligibility for federal loans and grants.