One-Year MBA Tuition & Aid
An Investment in Yourself
The Notre Dame MBA offers one of the best returns on investment of any top-ranked MBA program, aided by the merit-based fellowships and the low cost of living for our beautiful suburban campus.
Tuition for the One-Year MBA program for the 2020-2021 academic year is $81,242.
The Notre Dame network is not only a benefit for building relationships and exploring career opportunities, but it is also a powerful resource for providing financial support to current students.
More than 85% of One-Year MBA students were awarded a fellowship for the academic year 2020-21. Recipients are selected for these fellowships based on academic performance, prior work experience, GMAT or GRE scores, leadership potential, letters of recommendation, and each applicant’s personal statement. Applicants can indicate their desire to be considered for a fellowship on their application.
All that is expected of fellowship recipients is to be active and engaged members of the Notre Dame community.
As a sponsor school for the Forté Foundation, Notre Dame is committed to launching women into successful business careers. Forté Fellows are recognized for their academic aptitude, leadership, and future potential.
Forté Fellows are granted special access to the Forté community, including leadership conference access, mentoring and career development opportunities, and network development.
Notre Dame is proud to participate in the Yellow Ribbon Program, which offers significant benefits to qualifying veterans. For veterans who are 100% eligible, the University will contribute $16,000 to be matched by the VA. This total amount can exceed full tuition and can also include other benefits such as books and additional stipends.
Financial Aid & Loans
The Notre Dame Graduate Business Program student expense budget can be found here at Notre Dame’s Office of Financial Aid. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the official application for federal student aid at the University of Notre Dame. The Office of Financial Aid is also responsible for loan opportunities.