Obtaining an MBA is a major investment. The returns will impact you personally, professionally, and financially.
How to Finance FEMBA
Costs & Payment
2023-2024 per-unit fee: $1,740
Please note fees are subject to adjustment each academic year.
|Intent to Register (ITR)
(10 units x $1,740 per-unit fee) -
|$15,400||August 20, 2023|
(8 units x $1,740 per-unit fee)
|$13,920||December 20, 2023|
(8 units x $1,740 per-unit fee)
|$13,920||March 20, 2024|
- • Laptop computer meeting Anderson's required specifications
- • Course textbooks and readers
- • Optional programs and courses such as Global Immersions
and Exchange Courses which involve additional fees and expenses
Consider Your Budget
All UCLA Anderson students are assigned a budget for the cost of education, including student charges, living expenses, books and supplies, and more. Typical Housing Costs information is also compiled by UC Office of the President and can give you an idea of housing costs in areas close to UCLA. You may receive fellowships and/or loans up to the amount of your expected budget for the academic year.
|Estimated Student Budget for the 2023–2024 Academic Year 1|
|Estimated Program Charges 2||$46,400|
|UC Student Health Insurance Plan||$5,999|
|Total Estimated Budget
for the Academic Year
U.S. CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS
- Variable interest rate based on Prime or 3-month CME Term SOFR
- Eligibility depends on borrower's credit score
- Having a co-signer with good credit score could lower the interest rate
- Repayment typically begins 6 months after student graduates or drops below half-time enrollment
For more information about private loans, please refer to the links below:
- LIST OF PRIVATE LENDERS USED BY ANDERSON STUDENTS
- PRIVATE LOAN GUIDE
- PREFERRED PRIVATE LENDERS
- UC CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PREFERRED LENDER ARRANGEMENT
International private student loans are available for business students enrolled in the Fully Employed MBA program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management who are unable to qualify for a standard private loan or Federal Direct Loan. The following private lenders are available to international students without U.S. co-signers. Please be advised that international students may only borrow up to mandatory student charges and health insurance.
All international loans are made by the specific lending institution and not the University.
Federal vs Private Loans
- Federal direct loans are available to most student regardless of income. Other qualification criteria do apply; for additional information, please visit http://studentaid.ed.gov/eligibility. Federal loans offer flexible repayment options and loan forgiveness options.
- Private student loan lenders can offer variable interest rates that can increase or decrease over time, depending on market conditions.
- The interest rate on a private loan may depend on the borrower’s and/or co-signer's credit rating.
- Private student loans have a range of interest rates and fees and students should determine the interest rate of and any fees associated with the private student loan before accepting the loan. Students should contact the lender of the private loan or the FEMBA Financial Aid Office if they have questions about a private student loan.