All-Inclusive Program Fee
Queen's MBA fees cover many items not covered by the fees in other MBA programs.
The Fee covers enrolment into the program, books, case materials and other instructional supplies, academic events such as case competitions, non-academic events that are career related, and personal coaching.
An initial deposit is required at the time of enrolment. The balance of the fee is paid in three installments during the program.
Fee Schedule (Class starting January, 2015)
|Payment type||Due date||Domestic students||International students|
|First Instalment||January 1, 2015||$20,666||$24,000|
|Second Instalment||May 1, 2015||$25,667||$29,000|
|Third Instalment||September 1, 2015||$25,667||$29,000|
**Additionally, all students are required to pay Student Activity Fees of approximately $1500.00. These fees are assessed at the beginning of the program. International students will also be required to purchase the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) if they cannot provide evidence of equivalent coverage.
All Queen's University students are also required to pay The Student Assistance Levy. This will be approximately $100 for the year.
A person is classified as a Domestic Student if they have Canadian citizenship, landed immigrant status, permanent resident status or dual Canadian citizenship. Key information can be found at
Fees are subject to final approval from the Queen's Board of Trustees.
The True Cost of an MBA Program
When evaluating the true cost of an MBA program it is important to consider all costs, including tuition, student fees, learning materials, living expenses and lost wages while in the program.
Realize a Faster Return on Your Investment
Unlike most full-time MBA programs, you can earn your Queen’s MBA in only 12 months. This key Queen’s advantage greatly reduces your opportunity cost in lost wages and total expenses.
Reduced costs and improved job prospects make Queen’s MBA an excellent investment in yourself.