Financial Investment

The Alberta MBA is an investment in your future. The Alberta MBA offers world-class instruction, small class sizes, and many opportunities for professional development with tuition that is well below other leading Canadian business schools. The Evening MBA allows you to directly apply classroom learning in the workplace, showing immediate results in your productivity.


Tuition and Fees

Students are assessed both instructional and non-instructional fees each term. Instructional fees are course-based, while non-instructional fees are term based. For Canadian citizens and permanent residents, the 2020/21 instructional fee is $1,344.16 per 3-credit course. Non-instructional fees are ~$1,500.00 / year.

Total Program Fees = ~$31,600*

In addition to instructional and non-instructional fees, you would be responsible for the cost of course materials and textbooks. Depending on your specific course selection, these costs can vary, but you should budget at least $2,000 for textbooks and material fees over the program.

* Amounts given are based on taking 60-credits plus BUS 501 and 3 years of non-instructional fees. Figure is in Canadian dollars and subject to change.


Canada Alberta Job Grant

The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is a training initiative designed to help organizations and employees engage in new training programs. The grant covers up to 2/3rd of the total cost of training, to a maximum of $10,000 per employee, and $300,000 per organization.

Canada Alberta Job Grant

Salary Increase

Alberta MBA alumni report an average weighted salary of $92,370 US and an average salary increase of 95% 3 years after graduation (Financial Times 2015)