TRIUM Global EMBA Fees and Financing

Undertaking the TRIUM Global EMBA is a major investment for your future.

We recommend that you plan ahead about how to finance your studies including other costs involved such as travel, accommodation and subsistence. We estimate that the maximum cost of attendance for the whole program for a student is approximately $30,000 but this depends on how you organise your travel to the modules and where you decide to stay while there*.

Where possible students will be sent details on hotels with special rates for TRIUM and we would advise you to take advantage of these and book in advance. Please note that all study materials are provided and the program fee covers the cost of hotels at the rotating modules only (modules 2 and 5).

Fees and Payment Plans

The TRIUM Global EMBA tuition fee is $178,000 for Class of 2020, entry in September 2018. A non-refundable $17,000 tuition deposit is required upon acceptance of a place. We provide a number of payment plan options to help you manage your finances. All fees shown are in US$. Please note that the program fees are subject to annual review.

One Payment

If you choose the One Payment Option your payment schedule for you or your employer will be as follows:

Total Program Cost $178,000
Less Tuition Deposit $17,000
Payment due by 1 June 2018 $161,000

50-50 Instalment Option

If you choose the 50-50 Instalment Option your payment schedule for you or your employer will be as follows:

Total Program Cost $178,000
Less Tuition Deposit $17,000
Remaining Balance $161,000
Payment 1 due by 1 June 2018 $80,500
Payment 2 due by 1 May 2019 $80,500

Five Part Payment

The five part payment plan is available only to students paying their own tuition. If you choose the Five Part Instalment Option your payment schedule will be as follows:

Total Program Cost $178,000
Less Tuition Deposit $17,000
Remaining Balance $161,000
Payment 1 due by 1 June 2018 $53,800
Payment 2 due by 1 February 2019 $26,800
Payment 3 due by 1 May 2019 $26,800
Payment 4 due by 1 August 2019 $26,800
Payment 5 due by 1 December 2019 $26,800

For more information on fees please contact admissions.lse@triumemba.org.

FINANCIAL AID

When looking to finance your education, there are a number of funding options if you are considering TRIUM: your organization, scholarship and fellowships, and loans, among others.

These will often depend on criteria relating to your particular demographic i.e. citizenship or country of residence. The EMBA Council website contains useful guidance on Financing for EMBA.

French OPCA Grant

Candidates who receive their salaries in France are entitled to financial support towards the tuition fee for TRIUM through HEC Paris, via the OPCA Grant. The deadline for grant applications is 1 May. For more information on the grant application process, please contact Jennifer Houpe: houpe@hec.fr

US Financial Aid

US Veterans Benefits

The TRIUM Global Executive MBA is an approved program, eligible students should first visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs website and apply for benefits.

LSE on behalf of TRIUM are required to confirm your attendance before your benefits will be released. The confirmation is sent via VAF 22-1999 form.

If you have any questions please email info@triumemba.org with the subject header VA Benefits C/O Fees Coordinator.

 

US Loans

Students who wish to use US Financial aid may be eligible for  Federal and/or Private student loans. Federal loans consist of funding provided by the government to domestic students. (US citizens and permanent residents only). To apply, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Private loans are non-federal loans that are offered through lenders such as banks or credit unions. Most private lenders require non-US citizens and permanent residents to apply with a US based co-signer.

Please note that payment schedule is based on maximum loan eligibility of both Federal and private loans. You are not required to apply for the maximum loan amount; you may pay your outstanding balance with a combination of loan disbursement and individual payments.