3University of South Carolina / Taiwan Sister-State Tuition Benefit: This program was established through the sister-state agreement between the State of South Carolina and the Province of Taiwan. Through this agreement—valid for candidates enrolling in academic year 2016-17 and to be reviewed each year—any IMBA candidate who is a citizen of Taiwan would pay in-state tuition, significantly lowering the cost of the program. To qualify, applicants must be admitted to IMBA program and must demonstrate Taiwan citizenship with a valid passport.
Additional sister-state agreements also offer resident (in-state) tuition to citizens of the following countries and states:
- Country of Aruba
- State of Queensland - Australia
- State of Rhineland-Palatinate/Rhineland-Pfalz - Germany
- State of Thuringen - Germany
- State of Brandenburg - Germany
4In addition to tuition and fees listed above, JD/IMBA students are also responsible for paying the School of Law tuition and fees. All program and University fees are subject to change without notice upon mandate of the University's Board of Trustees. Program fee does not include additional university fees (see Special Fees and Non-Recurring fees listed above ). Cost-of-living and travel expenses vary by individual and are not reflected in the above figures.