|First Payment||At acceptance||¥500,000|
|Second Payment||March 25, 2019||¥842,000|
|Third Payment||June 25, 2019||¥900,000|
|Fourth Payment||September 25, 2019||¥900,000|
|Fifth Payment||December 25, 2019||¥900,000 +
|Sixth Payment||March 25, 2020||¥900,000 +
|Seventh Payment||June 25, 2020||¥900,000 +
|TOTAL Year 1 + Year 2||¥6,042,000 +
Payments are accepted by bank transfer to the McGill Japan account in Tokyo.
|Account name||マギルジャパン（ユ McGill Japan, Inc.|
|Bank||Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank (0005)|
|Branch||Kojimachi Branch (616)|
|Account type||Regular account|
Domestic and/or international bank transfer charges are borne by the student or sponsoring company. We do not handle cash at our office.
Please be aware that your bank may charge a transaction fee for the funds transfer. This fee may be deducted from the amount being paid to the beneficiary, resulting in underpayment of the required fees.
Students are responsible for checking this fee with their bank, and ensuring that the actual amount transferred matches the fees required (in yen).
Refunds are only available to students who have withdrawn from the university in good standing. Refunds are not available after lectures for a particular course have already started. Refunds of the second payment are available only within 30 days of date of payment, and no refund is available after the start of classes. For students who withdraw from the university in good standing, 50% of unused tuition, less a handling charge, is refundable. Graduation: Official transcripts and diplomas will not be issued to students owing tuition.
Tax Deductibility for MBA Tuition
Residents of Japan may, under some circumstances, claim part of their McGill MBA Japan tuition as a tax-deductible expense. Please consult your accountant or local tax office for more details.