G.I. Bill Benefits for Veterans in Darden’s EMBA and GEMBA

The cost of in-state and out-of-state tuition is the same in Darden’s executive MBA formats. Depending on your level of eligibility, your benefits may include:

  • Tuition & Fees: Payments made directly to the University toward in-state tuition & fees (fees for room and board, transportation, books, laptop and supplies are not covered).
  • Monthly Allowance for Housing: A monthly housing allowance (MHA) paid directly to benefits recipients based on the basic allowance for housing for an E-5 with dependents for the Charlottesville zip code (22903). The MHA for recipients who are 100% eligible for benefits is $1,365 for 2013. Active duty members and their spouses do not qualify for this benefit.
  • Book Stipend: An annual books and supplies stipend of up to $1,000 per year paid directly to benefits recipients.

Eligibility for the Post-9/11 GI Bill is determined by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Over 20% of the MBA for Executives and Global MBA for Executives class of 2015 had prior military experience. We encourage you to learn more about the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits at Darden by watching MBA Admissions Dean Sara Neher’s video blog below or by contacting us directly at ExecMBA@darden.virginia.edu.

Video: G.I. Bill Benefits for Military Veterans at Darden

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