Per the terms of the exchange agreements, each GlobalMBA student pays tuition and fees only at his or her home institution. Except for a $1,300 GlobalMBA program fee and a TH-K public transportation student fee, institutions will not charge fees to students from the other institutions. UNF-selected students can view UNF tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state comparisons.
Students from U.S. states other than Florida may be eligible for in-state tuition rates of their state of residence. Visit the UNF Graduate School page explaining the Academic Common Market (UNF-ACM) website, a cooperative tuition-reduction agreement, to learn more.
GlobalMBA Program Fee
The $1,300 GlobalMBA program fee is designed to cover program costs (e.g., director travel, workshops, networking events, application and transcript processing, business and cultural visits, etc.). Each institution agrees not to charge program fees that, in the aggregate, exceed its cost of operating the GlobalMBA. Therefore, the total GlobalMBA fees charged by all consortium institutions may be allocated in different amounts to different institutions, depending on their individual costs.
UNF will post the $1,300 charge to all GlobalMBA students' accounts at UNF in August, regardless of the student's home institution. All payments will be made to UNF prior to 15 August. Students who have not paid the GlobalMBA program fee by the first day of class in Germany will not be permitted to continue in the GlobalMBA program. The GlobalMBA program fee is non-refundable; students who choose to leave the program, either by choice or by not meeting minimum academic expectations, will not receive a refund of the GlobalMBA fee.
Other Program Costs
Students are responsible for all costs associated with the program, including home-school tuition and fees, GlobalMBA program fee, transportation, lodging, other living expenses, insurance, books and supplies. UNF-selected students may review our scholarship page, as well as the below estimated costs for the current and upcoming cohorts: