The fee for EMBA-Global Americas & Europe programme is:
- May 2015 - US$166,911
- May 2016 - US$172,815
Tuition for 12 core teaching blocks, 10 electives, one international seminar or assignment, all course materials and most textbooks.
High quality accommodation for all core teaching blocks and the required International Seminar or Assignment.* Current accommodation includes the Radisson Blu Portman in London, the Marriott Marquis and the Marriott Renaissance in New York City.
These hotels are subject to availability and alternative high quality accommodation may be provided.
Breakfast and lunch are provided during the 12 core teaching blocks.
Career Services support is available from each school. This includes career workshops, career planning tools, coaching and events. Students also have the opportunity to attend an optional core skills programme, which offers at least two soft skills workshops.
As part of the core blocks, each school organises speaker events, networking evenings, cultural and social activities. You'll also have access to other student events, industry clubs, alumni networking events, sports clubs, language clubs and cross-programme networking opportunities.
Students have unlimited access to each partner school's campus facilities including business libraries, computer facilities, gym and study rooms.
Students and their sponsoring organisations (if financially sponsored) will be billed in two instalments in years one and two respectively. Self-funded candidates have the option of paying in termly instalments over the 20 months of the programme.
Sponsorship and company support
Companies sponsor EMBA-Global Americas & Europe students as a means of investing in their most valued employees and in the future of their firms. You must be sponsored by your organisation in terms of time away from the office, including both class time and study time. Many students are also fully or partially sponsored financially.
"The EDF Corporate University has been sponsoring students on London and Columbia Business Schools' EMBA-Global programme for four years. Our objectives are twofold: to develop leadership skills and professional expertise at the highest level, and to create a community of future top executives sharing common cutting edge methods.
"EMBA-Global Americas & Europe is highly demanding for students, but gives ROI to the company from the flexibility that comes from the global mind-set they acquire. We see great value in the cross-cultural confidence and diverse professional network that those on the programme develop.
"The programme's reputation for excellence and the standing of the faculty aligns well with EDF group's worldwide ambitions in the energy sector."
David Jestaz, EDF Group, Head of the Corporate University
To secure this kind of commitment, you will be required to draw up a detailed business case outlining your reasons for wanting to undertake the programme and the benefits you feel it will bring not only to yourself, but also to the company. Please contact us for support and advice on this.
Loan schemes available to EMBA-Global Americas & Europe students include:
The US Federal Stafford, Federal PLUS and Private loan Schemes - American citizens and permanent residents can apply for Federal Stafford loans.
Other sources of financing
- Equity loan on real estate property
- Loan from a credit union
- Line of credit from a bank or brokerage institution
Applying for financial support is a self-managed process. It is your responsibility to ensure that all paperwork is completed and submitted in a timely fashion.
If you have any questions about funding, please contact:
London Business School: email@example.com
Columbia Business School: firstname.lastname@example.org
*One international assignment or seminar is included in the tuition fee. You may take one additional seminar or assignment, provided seats are available. If you choose to undertake an additional international assignment or seminar, there is a fee of US$4,000. Airfare for all study blocks and international seminars and assignments is the responsibility of the student.