Program fees listed in the catalog, in the individual program brochures, and on our web site are subject to change and payable in advance.
Payment is due prior to program commencement and prior to accessing the program platform.
We offer the option to make your payment in two installments:
You can request a refund until the program starts; however, an administrative fee of $300 USD will be deducted from the amount paid. The refund will be issued in the same format as originally received. After the program starts, tuition is non–refundable.
You have the option to transfer your registration to the next scheduled online program up to twenty-one (21) days following the program start by paying an administrative fee of $300. Please note that requests made after that period will not be considered, and the maximum number of times you can postpone your attendance is once.
Cohort changes requested for medical reasons or due to force majeure communicated within the first twenty-one (21) days from the beginning of the cohort are exempt from payment of the administrative fee of $300 USD. This exception applies provided the request is communicated within the corresponding period by email and supported by the corresponding documentation (medical or other reports). Once the application is received, the academic committee will decide whether the request is approved.
All notifications of cancellations and transfers must be submitted in writing to Chicago Booth Executive Education.
Chicago Booth Executive Education, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to limit enrollments or cancel a program regardless of acceptance status. In the unlikely event of a program cancellation, paid program fees will be refunded. Chicago Booth is not responsible for any expenses accrued by the program registrant.
To make a request for a cancellation or transfer, please contact the Executive Education office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo rights – The University of Chicago reserves the right to use photos and video taken during seminar activities for promotional purposes. Audio/Video – Participants are not allowed to transcribe or record Executive Education programs in audio or video format unless they receive advance approval, in writing, from the instructor or dean. Such permission is typically granted only in connection with the accommodation of a student’s disability, and all such approved recordings are for personal use only and may not be duplicated, file-shared, sold, or distributed. More information about the University’s policy regarding Audio and Video Recording on Campus is available on the University’s website. All inquiries should be directed to exec.ed@ChicagoBooth.edu. The University of Chicago reserves the right to change without notice any statement in this bulletin concerning, but not limited to, curricula, programs, faculty, tuition, fees, policies, and rules. If program or curriculum changes take place after you commence the program, we will make every effort to implement the changes in your best interest.