There are a total of 12 subjects that make up our MBA and your specific course fees will depend on:

  • your location,
  • whether you are undertaking the course in stages,
  • whether you are entitled to exemptions, and
  • when you are planning to commence studies

Important:

There are several policies and procedures relating to fees and payment options which you should refer to. These are:

    The fees payable for AIB courses (tuition and non-tuition fees) are outlined at the beginning of the Finance and Payment Options section of the Handbook.

    Based on our graduate data, you can now see what the AIB MBA might mean for your income with our MBA ROI Calculator.

    Remember, before you make any financial decisions, you should speak to a qualified professional regarding your personal circumstances and financial affairs.

     Important points:

    • To help you to keep that momentum going, you will be expected to enrol (nominate and pay) for at least 4 subjects at a time
    • You must enrol and make payment by the administration date as shown on your timetable. You can also find the administration date listed on the AIB Master timetable. You will not be able to enrol into or undertake any subjects if payment is received after this date.
    • If, for whatever reason, payment is received after the administration cut-off dates, you will still not be permitted to enrol into that start date and will be required to postpone enrolment until the next time the subject is offered. This delay may affect your course duration.

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    If you have paid for your studies upfront i.e. in a lump sum or have overpaid for anything, then this will be held on your student account as Fees in Credit (FIC for short). When you enrol and undertake each subject, the subject fee will be drawn from the FIC you already have on your student account. Should there be a shortfall, you will be required to pay the remaining amount via another means.

    Enrolling into your next subjects using FIC

    If you have fees in credit on your student account, enrolling into your next subject is easy; your Enrolment Advisor will simply apply your fees in credit to the subject fee when drafting your next subject timetable. Our enrolment tracker will walk you through the rest…easy!

    Important points:

    • To help you to keep that momentum going, you will be expected to enrol (nominate and pay) for at least 4 subjects at a time.
    • If fees have increased by the time you wish to use your FIC, you may be required to pay the shortfall.
    • Once you have exhausted all FIC, any additional subject enrolments will be charged at the fee applicable at the time of your enrolment. This is particularly important if you have failed, withdrawn or re-enrolled into any subjects.

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    1. Can I change my payment method or the way I pay for my subjects?
    2. Are there any enrolment rules which will affect my subject choice or the order in which I study subjects?

    Absolutely however the timing of your request is crucial!

    When you enrol into your next set of subjects, chat to your enrolment advisor who will kick start this change on our system. You can also change this via our enrolment tracker; simply hit the ‘change’ button within the payment method section and select the option you’d like to change to. If the option is not listed, then let your Enrolment Support Advisor know when you speak to them. Alternatively reach out to a member of our Student Central team and they will liaise with the relevant team to get this sorted.

    Important

    You can update your payment method at any time before your subject’s census date of your subject. On the census date for your subject, the subject fee is incurred using the payment method that applied at the time.

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    In addition to self-funding your studies or paying it off using a Rotessa 36-month payment plan, our Canadian students may also receive support from the various Canadian governments’ financial assistance programs. More information on the provincial, territorial and federal government funding options is available on the tuition and financing pages of our website. This site also lists alternative sources of funding that you might want to consider.

    Once you’ve received confirmation of your subject enrolment and have a confirmed timetable, we will be able to stamp and sign your loan request form. Please send this through to your Course or Enrolment Support Advisor who will be more than happy to assist!

    Tax forms

    If you’re looking to claim tax credits, you’ll need to complete a TL11A Tuition and Enrolment Certificate – University Outside Canada form. If however, you need us to complete a different type of tax form, please either provide the form (see the Canada Revenue Agency website) or let us know which form you need and we’ll be happy to source it for you.

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