Costs and Financial Aid
Taking the time away from your career to earn a full-time MBA is a significant investment, but we are committed to making The Duke MBA accessible to all qualified candidates.
Here, you will find basic information about costs, scholarships, and financial aid for the Daytime MBA program; however, for detailed information and to apply for financial aid, visit the Financial Aid website.
$63,200 = First-year tuition for students starting the program in 2016
Your Cost of Attendance (COA), is used to calculate your maximum Financial Aid eligibility. Certain expenses and situations may allow you to increase this total COA budget, including having a spouse, child care, and/or computer expenses. Many students work out financing arrangements that cover 80% to 100% of the full cost of attendance, but each student must apply for aid to determine their own eligibility.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
|Merit-Based Scholarships||All applicants considered, no application required to be eligible.|
|Various Federal and Private Loans||U.S. citizens and permanent residents.|
|International Student Loan Program (No Co-signer needed)||International students.|
|Yellow Ribbon Program||Eligible Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill) recipients.|
|Fuqua Loan Assistance Program||Qualifying alumni who work full-time for eligible nonprofit and government organizations.|
|Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program||Students who have satisfactorily completed service in the U.S. Peace Corps and who engage in community service while enrolled.|
|Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Social Sector Scholarship||Individuals with social sector backgrounds who are looking to acquire business skills for use in their pursuit of social impact.|
|Other CASE support for Interns||Varies based on internship.|