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Loans, Sponsorships, and Bursaries

Travel Bursary Program

If your participation in the Ivey Executive MBA Program requires incurring major travel or accommodation costs, you may be eligible for subsidies. 

Participants travelling from >100km from the GTA are eligible for accommodation reimbursement of up to $1,500 per term. 

Participants travelling from >400km from the GTA, out of province, or, out of country are also eligible for travel reimbursements ranging from $1,200 up to $3,500 per term, depending on their location.

To find out if you qualify, please contact us.

Corporate Sponsorship

Your employer may recognize that sponsoring your tuition is an excellent investment in the strength of their organization. They may also be eligible to claim your tuition as a tax deduction. To learn more, contact Canada Customs and Revenue Agency.

If you require assistance demonstrating the value of sponsoring your tuition, we would be pleased to provide a business case template as a starting point to help you communicate the benefits to your employer. Please contact our office for guidance and support in presenting your case for sponsorship.

Download Corporate Sponsorship Brochure

Financing Options

Self Sponsorship

If you decide to pay all or part of your own tuition, a Tuition Tax Credit is available.

You or your spouse may also be eligible to make tax-free withdrawals from your RRSPs up to $20,000 each under the Lifelong Learning Program.

These withdrawals must be repaid over a period not exceeding 10 years.

Preferred Loans

In partnership with Scotiabank, TD Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal and RBC, Ivey has developed the EMBA Preferred Loan Program.

This program offers attractive loan packages for Ivey Executive MBA candidates. Terms vary between banks, but they typically offer a very competitive rate. For more information on how to apply, please contact us.