More Affordable Than You Think
Business leaders are always asking about return on investment. Are you going to get more back than you put in? Investing now in your MBA could result in a higher salary and better career options when you graduate.
The average starting salary of graduates is at least double their previous earnings and the average corporate residency income is $29,000.
An eight-month work term gives you time to make a lasting impression. Many of our students are offered full-time positions by their corporate residency employers. Typically over 97% are employed within six months of graduation, with an average starting salary of $66,536.
Tuition fees are administered by Student Accounts and are paid in two installments prior to your residency and two installments in your final year of the program following your residency.
Approximation of full tuition costs based on 2019/2020 Academic Year:
- Canadian citizen or permanent resident: $52,593
- Visa student: $72,183
- Queries about tuition costs and fees should be directed to Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-494-3998.
- Use the fee calculator on Dalhousie’s Money Matters site to estimate your full degree costs.
Scotiabank is a key Employer Partner of the Corporate Residency MBA program, hiring more residency students than any other employer to date. The bank also partners with our team to provide financial assistance to students. Scotiabank has developed an attractive package of banking benefits to help you finance your education, manage your cash flow and ensure that repaying your student loan is not a burden during your transition from student to working professional. While in school, loan interest payments are deferred provided you are within your credit limit. After your studies have ended, you can start making principal payments as your income increases.
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Corporate Residency MBA scholarships
All applicants who receive and accept an offer of admission are automatically considered for our entrance scholarships. Awards are based on a rubric that includes a combination of the GPA calculation, the GMAT score (or other accepted standardized test) and interview score.
Douglas C. Mackay Scholarship
The Douglas C. Mackay Entrance Scholarships (upwards of $15,000) are awarded to incoming MBA students with the highest combined GPA, standardized test score (GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, GRE or DAT) and interview score. All students who apply by May 1, 2020, will be considered.
Sandler Training Program
Each year, four second-year MBA students have the opportunity to participate in Sandler Training’s one-year President’s Club [PDF - 441 kB] business development program and the one-year Strategic Sales Management [PDF - 1 MB] program.
- Read more about the Sandler Training Program for Corporate Residency MBA students.
Hugh Sanderson MBA Bursary
The Hugh Sanderson MBA Bursary will annually fund a $5,000 bursary to one student entering the Corporate Residency MBA program. Funds may be directed to the costs associated with the program, which may or may not include tuition, and be at the discretion of the recipient. Applicants must demonstrate strong academic standing and financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has been involved with the Scouting movement in some capacity or can demonstrate an active interest in the outdoors and community.
The MBA Diversity Scholarship
The Diversity Scholarship of $40,000 ($10,000/per term) is awarded to one student from the Maritime Provinces (NB, NS, PEI) who is Indigenous or of African descent and has graduated from an undergraduate program within the last 5 years. The scholarship will be awarded to the applicant with the highest combined GPA, standardized test score (GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, GRE or DAT), and interview score. Application deadline is May 1, 2020! This scholarship has been developed to align with Dalhousie’s commitment to admit, engage, support and graduate a diverse student body, with attention to enhancing access and success of historically underrepresented students.
- Read more about Dalhousie's Diversity & Inclusiveness Strategy.