A Berkeley MBA degree is an investment you make in yourself. Of course, financing any major investment can feel intimidating. That’s why we we work to connect you with every opportunity for assistance, including scholarships, loans, employer support, and veterans benefits. We help you build a bridge between your MBA tuition costs and your career goals.
Program fees for the 2022—2023 academic year are $3,600 per unit, with a minimum of 42 units required for graduation. Program fees are subject to adjustment annually, and the number of required units may change. Visit our Financial Aid Office website for more information about the cost of attendance.
We offer both financial-need-based and merit-based scholarships, as well as some scholarships for students who work in the nonprofit or public sectors and those who commute from outside the Bay Area. We can also connect you to information on external MBA scholarships as well. Learn more about part-time MBA scholarships.
Many students pursue federal loans and private loans, as well as alternate means of financing. Learn more about part-time MBA loans.
Some students receive financial assistance from their employers, and there are a number of ways to secure it. Learn more about MBA employer assistance.
Because Berkeley Haas is part of a public university system, veterans with qualifying length of service can obtain funding for up to 100 percent of fees, a monthly housing allowance, and an annual book stipend. Learn more about veterans benefits on the Berkeley Haas Financial Aid website.
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“When I began classes, I had a mentor at work tell me, ‘When you’re investing in yourself by getting an MBA it makes others want to invest in you too.’ From the start of the program, I was promoted and saw my career shift in exactly the directions I was looking for.”