Barret Graduate School

Intro

May 21-26,
2017

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Three year graduate program • Annual one-week residency session • Over 40 hours of classroom instruction each year, for a total of 128 hours • More than 40 years of providing advanced banking education • Annual tuition subsidy of over $1,600 for each student from endowment funds.


Pictured: Class of 2011

Fees & Admission

Fees:
• $1,195/session (1st and 2nd year)
• $1,345/session (3rd year only)
• $310 for on-campus housing not included

Admission to the Paul W. Barret School Jr. School of Banking is open to bank employees, bank regulatory agency employees, and employees of businesses allied to the financial services industry, such as attorneys, accountants, and related professionals. The School is open to non-bank financial institution employees.

Applicants who withdraw before February 28, 2017 will receive a full refund upon request. All classes, meals and room accommodations for students of BSB are located on the campus of Christian Brothers University. All applications are subject to review and approval of the Admissions Committee.

Prior to being granted admission, you must submit the following to us:

1) A completed registration form (above).
2) A letter of recommendation from the CEO or a senior officer of the organization that is sponsoring the student. Please email this info to us, fax 901-321-4099, or mail to us at Barret School of Banking, 650 East Parkway South, Memphis, TN 38104.

Admission to the Paul W. Barret School Jr. School of Banking is open to bank employees, bank regulatory agency employees, and employees of businesses allied to the financial services industry, such as attorneys, accountants, and related professionals. The School is open to non-bank financial institution employees. All applications are subject to review and approval of the Admissions Committee. Applicants will be notified by mail of the Admissions Committee decision. Applications are normally processed within three weeks or receipt. Early applications take priority. The Paul W. Barret Jr. School of Banking does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.

Registration

You are registering for: Barret Graduate School Program

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