Human Resource Management School - Details & Fees
April 7-12, 2019
Fluno Center for Executive Education
Enrollment Deadline: March 7
Program Fee & What's Included:
Your tuition includes the following:
- A non-refundable $350 registration fee
- All instructional materials
- Full breakfast and lunch daily
- Welcome reception on the first evening
- Graduation reception and dinner on the final evening
- Five nights single-occupancy lodging at the Fluno Center for Executive Education or a business hotel within a one block walk, based on availability
- Access to HR professionals and banking industry experts
2019 Human Resource Management School tuition is $3,250
Accommodations: Your registration includes five nights, single-occupancy lodging on the beautiful lakeside University of Wisconsin-Madison campus or a hotel within a short walk. Classes will be held at the Fluno Center which offers meeting facilities that provide the latest in presentation delivery technology and comfort for attendees. It's a perfect setting for learning, sharing ideas, and networking with banking industry peers.
Admission to the Human Resource Management School is by application only. Those seeking admission should file an application online
Admission requirements are designed to select those applicants who are prepared by experience and prior education to derive the greatest benefit from this advanced management program. Each applicant must qualify under one of the following criteria:
- Employees of FDIC-insured banks or savings institutions.
- State and federal financial institution regulatory officials and directors of banks or savings institutions with educational background and experience comparable to that required of bank officers.
- Professionals from firms providing services to banks and savings institutions who have the necessary educational and experience backgrounds will be considered for admission on a case by case basis and will be dependent on available space.
- International bankers are welcome and will be considered for admission based on education and experience.
As a matter of policy, the Graduate School of Banking does not discriminate among applicants and participants on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, color, handicap, orientation or marital status.