Fees and funding
Modular Executive MBA tuition fee (March 2020 start): £50,000.
For self-financing students, tuition fees can be paid in instalments.
- Application fee: £100
- Full tuition fees: £50,000
- Deposit: £5,000 (Paid to secure your place)
- First instalment: £7,500 (Fees excluding deposit, paid at registration in March 2020)
- Second instalment: £12,500 (Paid in June 2020)
- Third instalment: £12,500 (Paid in March 2021 in order to complete your re-registration)
- Fourth instalment: £12,500 (Paid in June 2021)
Please note that fees are subject to change.
City graduate loyalty discount
We are delighted to offer a 10% tuition fee reduction to City, University of London alumni who achieved 2.1 or above in their Bachelor’s degree, or a Master’s degree, and who meet all entry criteria for the programme. We also waive the £100 application fee for City, University of London alumni. Please note, if you receive a scholarship or award this would supersede the discount.
University of London graduate discount
We are also thrilled to offer a 10% tuition fee reduction to all University of London alumni who achieved 2.1 or above in their Bachelor’s degree, or a Master’s degree, and who meet all entry criteria for the programme. We also waive the £100 application fee. Please note, if you receive a scholarship or award this would supersede the discount.
Paying your deposit
If we make you an unconditional offer, your offer letter will contain a personalised link which will enable you to accept your offer and pay a deposit of £5,000 by the deadline stated in your offer letter. Your place on the Modular Executive MBA will not be secure until we have received your deposit. This can be paid by credit or debit card, or by bank transfer, and is deducted from your first instalment. If you are 100% sponsored by your company, we can normally waive the deposit on receipt of a completed sponsorship form (SP1).
If you wish to pay by credit card, you can pay online. We accept the following cards: Mastercard, Maestro, Solo, Switch, Visa, Visa Delta and Visa Electron.
If you would like to transfer your deposit directly to our account, please contact the MBA admissions office for our bank details.
Sponsoring one (or more) of your most able managers on the Cass Modular Executive MBA will bring substantial benefits to your organisation. We understand that it is a considerable investment to make, but the business advantages will become evident almost immediately.
How do organisations benefit?
Our academics maintain strong links with industry and bring academic as well as commercial credentials into the classroom. Your employees will therefore benefit from a business-fuelled programme that carefully balances theoretical knowledge with practical application and the business curriculum. Search our Cass Experts database for more details about our academic staff and their areas of expertise.
Students will be able to tailor their study programme to match your organisation's specific business needs. Consequently, your company will gain expertise in increasingly crucial areas such as leadership, organisational entrepreneurship and change management. You will benefit from the new ideas, experiences and best practices of multiple sectors via your employee's contact with tutors, visiting lecturers and fellow students from a leading business school and a wide range of business backgrounds.
Immediate return on investment
Cass's pragmatic, hands-on approach enables students to apply their newly-acquired knowledge to the workplace immediately. With their enhanced effectiveness, analytical skills and adaptability they will be able to effectively contribute new strategies which improve your company's business practices.
Strengthening your company's leadership talent
By supporting your employee's development you will be strengthening your organisation's leadership skills and retaining your most talented employees. Your investment will promote excellence, innovation and loyalty amongst your workforce as well as save you time and resources in replacing and training new staff.
Transferring leading edge thinking and knowledge to the organisation
Doing a Cass MBA will give your employee access to the powerful expertise and insights generated by the faculty of a leading business school. Students will have the opportunity to network with the world's leading business experts in the Middle East and internationally which will allow them and you to tap into exceptional knowledge and resources. This continual input of new ideas and skills can prove invaluable for any company.
All students will undertake a tailored programme of electives, choosing which subjects to specialise in. The elective choices can therefore be tailored to address specific business needs, enabling the latest management thinking to be applied to relevant issues in your workplace. The final part of the course is the Business Mastery Project, a significant piece of work which can also address and make recommendations regarding an issue facing your organisation.
Future Finance offers students loans of between £2,500 and £40,000 to help cover tuition fees and living expenses. All students and courses are considered. All loans are subject to credit checks and approval for further details please visit city.financemyfuture.co.uk.
Career Development Loan
Career Development Loans are available through an arrangement between the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and three high street banks.
The key points about Career Development Loans are:
- you can borrow anything between £300 and £10,000 to help you fund up to two years of learning (or up to three years if the course includes one year of relevant practical work experience)
- you can apply for CDLs with Barclays, The Co-operative Bank and The Royal Bank of Scotland
- the LSC pays the interest on your loan while you're learning and for one month after you've stopped training
- you repay the loan to the bank over an agreed period at a fixed rate of interest.
Santander Bank has had a close relationship with Cass and City, University of London for the past six years. In fact, Cass was the first higher education institution to sign an agreement with the bank in the UK.
Part of the benefits of this agreement includes funding for scholarships, awards and other activities. In addition, Santander has launched a loan for MBA students from Cass Business School. The loan comes to fill an existing gap in the UK market of financial products for postgraduate students.
To find out more about this product, contact Adam Cheyne on 05511482091 or emailing Adam.Cheyne@santander.co.uk. Alternatively, head to their Moorgate Branch which is open Monday to Friday, 9:00-17:00, except Wednesdays, 10:00-17:00.
A new postgraduate loan is available from the Government to help cover the cost of postgraduate study. Students can apply for up to £10,000 to help pay tuition fees or living expenses. The loan is non-means tested and paid directly to the student.
Students can now apply, please visit www.gov.uk/postgraduate-loan/how-to-apply. Applications take between 4-6 weeks to be processed.