MSBA Fees & Financing

Program Fees for 2023-24

 
Fall 2023 Winter 2024 Spring 2024 Summer 2024 Fall 2024 Total
Program Charges $18,198.50 $18,198.50 $18,198.50 $100.00 $18,198.50 $72,894.00
Health Insurance $1,857.11 $1,857.11 $1,857.11 $1,857.11 $7,428.44
UCLA Student Fees $652.15 $570.15 $569.15 569.15 $2,360.60
Total $20,707.76 $20,625.76 $20,624.76 $100.00 $20,624.76 $82,683.04

Scholarships and Fellowships

 

Merit-based scholarships of varied amounts are awarded to MSBA admits based on the overall strength of the admissions application and its relative strength in the pool of admits. In our holistic review, we consider your academic achievement, work experience and other important factors. All completed applications are considered for scholarship; no additional application is needed. Awards may be made by the UCLA Anderson MSBA Admissions Committee at the time of admission or at any point during the admissions cycle.

For additional scholarship resources, please visit the following websites:

Bruin Bill

 

UCLA fees appear on the Bruin Bill which can be accessed through MyUCLA. Program fees for the 1st Fall quarter should be posted to your Bruin Bill no later than September. You will receive an email notification of new activity on your Bruin Bill. If you have questions about the information that appears on your bill, please contact the MSBA Program Office. Program fees can be paid online, by mail, or in person. Review UCLA Student Financial Services site for the restrictions on how and where payments can be made. Paying using the convenient eCheck option is available FREE of charge. MSBA students are not eligible for the Bruin Pay Plan.

Below are the loan options available for U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents.

 

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan 

  • Limit of $20,500 a year
  • 7.05% fixed interest rate (2023-24) with 1.057% origination fee (will change in Oct.)
  • Repayment begins after student graduates or drops below half-time enrollment (4 units)
  • Flexible repayment: income based, loan forgiveness

Federal Direct Grad PLUS Loan

  • May borrow up to cost of education minus other forms of financial aid
  • 8.05% fixed interest rate (2023-24) with 4.228% origination fee (will change in Oct.)
  • Requires a credit check
  • Repayment begins six months after graduation or drops below half-time enrollment (4 units)
  • Flexible repayment: income based, loan forgiveness

Many private loans are available to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and international students with a U.S. cosigner. Here's a list of private lenders used by Anderson students. Please refer to the private loan guide to obtain more information. You can also refer to the UCOP's Preferred Private Lender List and UC Code of Conduct for Preferred Lender Arrangement.

  • Fixed and variable interest rates
  • Eligibility depends on borrower’s credit and income-to-debt ratio (better to apply when still employed)
  • Having a cosigner with a good credit score can lower the interest rate
  • Repayment typically begins six months after student graduates or drops below half-time enrollment (4 units)

There following private lender is available for international students without U.S. cosigners.  All international private student loans are made by the specific lending institution and not the University.

Prodigy Finance

  • No cosigner required
  • May borrow up to 80% of cost of attendance (as approved by the university)

Program Fees 2023 - 2024

Fall 2022* Winter 2023 Spring 2023 Fall 2023 Total
Program Charges $21,319.00 $21,319.00 $21,319.00 $21,319.00 $85,276.00
Health Insurance $1,571.35 $1,571.35 $1,571.35 $1,571.35** $6,285.40
UCLA Student Fees $702.99 $621.99 $621.99 TBD*** $1,946.98
Total $23,593.34 $23,512.34 $23,512.34 $22,890.35 $93,508.38

*Non-refundable $2000 enrollment deposit due after receiving official admissions letter from Graduate Division - Deposit is applied to first quarter student fees
**PLEASE NOTE: Fall 2023 Health Insurance costs subject to change
***PLEASE NOTE: Fall 2023 UCLA Student Fees subject to change
(Chart does not include living expenses or cost of course textbooks and readers, travel during program, laptop computer meeting Anderson’s required specifications, and other incidentals)