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Financing your MBA

The program strives to recruit the best candidates, and is committed to helping you support your education by providing you with a broad range of financial options.

Entrance awards

The Rotman School is invested in attracting strong candidates. You will be automatically considered for entrance awards as soon as you apply for the Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences. These awards are based on the overall strength of your application. Apply now to start fall 2020. The earlier you apply the better your chances of receiving an entrance award.  

Other loan or subsidy programs

Professional student loan plan with BMO and RBC

Lifelong Learning Plan (LLP)

Employer fee subsidy

Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

MPower Financing

Prodigy Finance


Estimated tuition fees for the Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences program

Program fee: $114,284 CAD** (for 2020 entry year)


  • Tuition
  • All program materials
  • Class-day meals
  • Accommodation for Toronto residential modules and London, UK module

Students are responsible for travel and accommodation for the London, UK, San Francisco Bay Area and Singapore modules. Please note that all fees are set annually and are subject to change.

*** Please note that the payment dates, tuition, incidental and ancillary fees are set annually by the University and are subject to change at the Governing Council’s meeting in the spring.

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Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

$400,000 in award funding available

Tip: Apply early to increase your chances of an entrance award.


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