Fees and Funding

Fees

The fees for the Global Online MBA are £34,800 for September 2017.

These fees are the same for both UK and international students.

Payment options

If you’re self-funded, you can pay your tuition fees in up to four installments over the two years of the programme.

The first installment is payable at the start of term and the second is payable six months after. This is repeated in the second year. If you pay in installments, a 2% surcharge of the total amount will be added to your first installment. You’ll be asked to select a payment schedule during the offer acceptance process. Please contact the Student Finance Team if you have any further questions.

Deposits

If you’re made an offer for a place on the programme, you’ll be asked to pay a non-refundable deposit of 10% of the first year’s fee (£1,740 for September 2017) in order to secure your place.

The tuition fees team will email your deposit invoice within five working days of you accepting the offer, and this will need to be paid within 30 days of receiving the invoice. Failure to pay this in time may result in your offer being withdrawn.

Please note that Business School policy regarding deposits differs from that of other College departments, and deposits are non-refundable except for in specific cases of extenuating circumstances.

Funding

Scholarships

The Business School offers a number of scholarships to top students. Find out more about the scholarships available

Other sources of funding

Students may also obtain funding from the following sources:

  • Self/family funded
  • Other sources of funding may be found in these publications; Imperial College London Postgraduate Prospectus, The Grants Register (published by Macmillan), Awards for postgraduate study at Commonwealth Universities (Association of Commonwealth Universities), Study Abroad (UNESCO)
  • Low interest rate loans – individual banks and building societies often offer MBA or career development loans
  • KPMG’s Scholarship and Vocational Education (SAVE) is a scheme that you can arrange with your employer.  It combines tax exemptions for scholarship payments and the benefit of work-related training provided by employers. Imperial College Business School has no direct involvement. For more information, email Richard.Maitland@KPMG.co.uk
  • For UK residents, for further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit the UK Government’s Education and learning page or contact 0800 100 900
  • A Professional and Career Development Loan is a government-backed commercial bank loan that UK residents can use to help pay for work-related learning. Imperial College London is a Professional and Career Development Loans registered Learning Provider, registration number 7477. For more information and to find out which banks offer the loan, see the gov.uk website