World Bachelor in Business
Three universities. Three continents. Three degrees. One unparalleled experience.
Students will pay the tuition and fees of the university where they are in residence.
The above are the estimated costs for a student entering the WBB program in Fall 2016. Keep in mind that actual costs are subject to change, please refer to the schools' websites for more information. The fourth-year tuition fee will be charged based on the institution attended.
Please also take into consideration that other costs will occur each year, such as travel expenses (related to moving from one country to another), books, supplies, medical insurance and personal expenses. WBB advisors will work with families and students to help them define these costs.
Please be aware that, for admission to USC, international students are legally required to demonstrate that they are able to support themselves financially, including tuition, accommodations and other expenses, for one year.
All applicants will be automatically considered for scholarships based on their academic merit, distinguished accomplishments and skills.
WBB is targeted for students with an outstanding academic record. The WBB universities offer merit-based scholarships covering one-half or one-quarter of annual tuition fees. Once awarded, they can be renewed from year to year, if academic requirements are upheld. All applicants will be automatically considered for scholarships based on their academic merit, distinguished accomplishments and skills.
There is no need to file a separate scholarship application. Students should check for other country-specific scholarships, financial aid packages and loans on the websites of the three partner schools. Candidates for regionally accepted merit programs should inquire if the award program can be applied toward the WBB program.
USC Marshall School of Business
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
HKUST Business School
Undergraduate Programs Office
Student Affairs Division – Guidance and Recruitment Office