HOW CAN I PAY?
HBS offers generous need-based fellowships for admitted MBA students. Approximately 65% of HBS MBA students receive some form of financial assistance to finance their education. For 2014-2015 Academic Year, the school has awarded over $1.77MM to US military veterans attending the MBA program. As part of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, HBS contributes up to $12,000 for each eligible service member, matched dollar-for-dollar by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. If you believe you are eligible for the Yellow Ribbon program and / or the GI Bill, make sure you apply for your benefits early.
Harvard Business School waives the $250 MBA program application fee for all active duty military applicants.
Annual Cost Estimates for MBA Class of 2018 are as follows (for a single student):
Student Health Fee: $1,088
Health Insurance Plan: $2,630 (Single), $5962 (Married)
Program Support Fee: $7,960
Room and Utilities (Appx): $12,150
Board (Appx): $15,597
GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Benefits (assuming 100% eligibility):
Tuition / Fees Benefit: $21,970
VA Yellow Ribbon: $18,000
HBS Yellow Ribbon: $18,000
Housing Allowance (Appx): $27,108
Book Stipend: $1,000