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Here you’ll find a range of resources that will guide you as you transition to a Boston University Questrom School of Business MBA student.
Tuition & Fees
PEMBA Program 2023-2024 Tuition and Fees*
*Please note published tuition rates are for the 2023-2024 school year. 2024-2025 rates are expected to be released in March 2024.
Please click here for the 2022-2023 Instructions and Application for Federal Financial Aid. Visit the Graduate Financial Aid website for information concerning private educational loans and other outside resources.
Student Accounting Services
Student Accounting Services is responsible for billing students and processing payments. PEMBA students may visit Part-Time Payment Plan Options to learn more. Full-Time [Program] students may visit the Payment Plan web page to learn more.
External Scholarship Opportunities
To help you apply for outside scholarships, we have compiled this scholarship list. Please note that this list is not endorsed by BU and it is not comprehensive.
First, thank you for your service! BU’s Veterans Services office provides dedicated services and information to support you during your time at Boston University.
Starting a graduate degree program means a lot of changes for you but also for your family. Check out BU’s family resources to help make the transition easier for your family. Consult the new student guide for even more information.
BU Parking & Transportation
BU Parking & Transportation Services provides a list of student commuter benefits including discounted train/bus/subway passes, bicycling resources, the free BU Shuttle, electric vehicle charging stations, carpooling, and parking permits.
Student Health Center
We care about your health and well-being while you pursue your degree. BU’s Student Health Services is ready to help you get started navigating their services. Aetna Student Health provides BU’s health insurance plan.
The Questrom Common is your gateway to the Questrom graduate student experience. The Common will allow you to see and register for events, join student organizations, access resources, and connect with your community. You can view the public site questromcommon.bu.edu now to see our clubs and the calendar. After you have created your BU login, you will receive additional information and access to the site and our mobile app, which you will use during LAUNCH.
Community matters! When you join the Questrom community, you will also become a part of the clubs and organizations, broader BU and Boston communities. Check out our student life page to learn more about getting involved.
- BU Police For immediate police response call 617-353-2121
- Alumni Affairs
- Arts Initiative
- Behavioral Medicine
- Disability and Access Services
- Fitness & Recreation Center (FitRec)
- Information & Technology Services (ITS)
- Office of the Ombuds
- Parking & Transportation
- Sargent Health
- Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Center (SARP)
- Student Health Services (SHS)
- Title IX & Equal Opportunity Office
Learn more about the curriculum on your program page.
You will be registered for your first semester of courses by your academic advisor. There is no need to do anything regarding registration at this time. Your academic advisor will notify you about your schedule approximately one month prior to the start of your program.
Once you have access to QuestromTools, you will be able to explore all of the Career Guides and resources under the PEMBA Career Site.