- Program Features
- Career Management
- Class Profiles
Tuition for the AY 2013-2014 is $52,554. There are minimal additional fees (parking and medical insurance if applicable). All program sponsored travel, to include networking trips, is fully-funded.
Admission to the Robert Day School Master ‘s Program in Finance is need-blind. Robert Day’s (CMC ’65) very generous gift to establish this program includes substantial merit-based scholarship support which will be awarded as prospective students are selected for admission. Those desiring to be fully considered for scholarship support are encouraged to apply as early as possible as funding is generous, but not unlimited.
Financial Aid for U.S. students is available through federal programs such as the Stafford and Perkins programs. Domestic and international students may apply for loans through a host of commercial vendors.
For more information please contact the Graduate Admission Office at email@example.com.
“It seemed like every other week we were behind closed doors at one-on-one meetings with top business leaders; they were happy to meet with us, and we had full disclosure.”
“When asked about the Career management support she experienced, Madeline shared that “it is unusual to get that much personal attention – they were always there to guide you along the way”