MBA Programme Costs
Below is a breakdown of costs associated with the MBA programme. Travel and accommodation
costs are estimated based on average flight and hotel costs—these are not paid to ALUSB.
MBA Programme Tuition
Per Year**$630 – $4,200
* The cost of airfare is estimated at $500 per intensive.
** The cost of accommodation is estimated at $30 – $200 per night
You can apply to pay your tuition in one of three instalment options:
1 x $30,000 payment
Before programme start and receives a 5% discount ($1,500) on tuition.
2 x $15,000 payments
Your first payment is due before the programme starts and the second instalment is paid in the following calendar year.
1 payment x $7,500
5 payments x $4,500
Your first payment is due before the programme starts and then five subsequent instalments are made every 3 months after that.
MBA Funding Options
Most students will fund their annual tuition and travel expenses through
a combination of sources, including:
Generous employer benefits are available for organisations fully or partially sponsoring employees in the ALUSB MBA. Download the latest employer benefits here. Contact email@example.com for assistance in helping you make the case for funding to your employer.
The Chairman’s Scholarship is a $15,000 award for excellence in leadership. Two awards are available for the October 2020 MBA class. This scholarship recognises African business leaders with a track record of leading both in the workplace and the community.
Partial scholarships offering up to $10 000 each, to support:
Additional Funding Options
In addition to Employer Sponsorship students have drawn from following sources to fund their MBA:
Financial Assistance Process
These steps layout the ALUSB financial assistance process:
1. Gain Admission to the MBA programme.
2. Explore and consider employer funding. The Admissions Team is on hand to guide and advise you.
3. Apply for financial aid via your post-admission portal.
4. Once you have heard from the Financial Aid team, confirm your seat and pay your deposit to the programme.
This scholarship seeks to celebrate leadership in the private or public sector by recognizing
African business leaders with a track record leading both in the workplace and in the community.