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Registration and Fees

Jip Tommy Sutanto

Very positive to experience and network. The program is like a seven day MBA module and sharpens, updates, and gives us new approaches to knowledge that we learned ten to twenty years ago.Jip Tommy Sutanto, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk, Indonesia, PRBP ’17

Program costs

Tuition

The Pacific Rim Bankers Program (PRBP) tuition rate for 2018 is $6,450 USD, excluding hotel. You will be invoiced after acceptance into the program.

Accommodation costs

Seattle: approximately $140 USD per night (single occupancy)

  • All PRBP participants are required to stay at the Hotel Deca at their own expense, which is located within walking distance from the University of Washington campus.
  • Each participant is responsible for making their own hotel reservation and payment and must phone the hotel directly at 1-800-899-0251

San Francisco: approximately $289 USD per night (single occupancy)

  • All PRBP participants are required to stay at the Omni San Francisco Hotel at their own expense.
  • Each participant is responsible for making their own hotel reservation for the nights of August 12-17, 2018. Detailed information regarding the hotel will be contained in your acceptance message.

If you have any difficulty making a hotel reservation, please contact Executive Education at 206-543-8560.

Discounts

  • Early registration: Obtaining a U.S. Visa can be a challenging and lengthy process. To encourage early registration, participants who have submitted completed registrations on or before May 1, 2018, will receive a credit of $150 USD against the program cost.
  • Other discounts may apply.

Refund policy

Checks or money orders should be for USD currency only, made payable to the University of Washington. Your name should be provided on the front of the check for administrative purposes.

If an accepted registrant withdraws, a replacement may be made, subject to the approval of program administrators. If a suitable replacement is not available or the company chooses not to participate, a $500 USD cancellation fee will be charged.

After July 25, 2018 there will be no refunds.

Registration checklist

The following must be included:

  • Completed registration form
  • Curriculum Vitae/Resume
  • Sponsor’s Information (unless self-sponsored)

The sponsor information section of the online application must be completed. A sponsor is the individual who will affirm the organization’s commitment to, and support of, your participation (both financially and from a time commitment perspective) in the Pacific Rim Bankers Program. Your sponsor must agree to release you from duties to attend the full duration of the program and financially sponsor you into the program.

Registration form

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Receipt of your registration will be acknowledged by e-mail. Candidates with incomplete registration materials will be notified by e-mail specifying the missing items.

Once your registration has been submitted, be sure to notify Executive Education of any changes in contact information.

Before you register, please review the following criteria and discuss them with your sponsor. It is important to consider both how much you will benefit from the program and how much you can contribute.

1. Type and number of years of experience
Participants should have experience that has prepared them to derive full benefit from the lectures and study materials on international financial markets and strategic management. At the same time, they must bring with them experience that enables them to contribute to the learning of the other participants. The average age of participants is 40, suggesting 10-15 years of banking experience.

2. Current position and future prospects
The registrant should have strong potential for both continued professional growth and contribution to the overall mission of their company through knowledge-based development.

3. English language ability
All classes and written materials will be presented in English. Participants are expected to participate actively in classroom discussions, study group sessions, and present oral reports in English.

4. Advance preparation
PRBP is an intensive program which requires advance preparation before traveling to Seattle. There are readings and assignments that must be completed prior to the start of the program. While in Seattle, participants spend most waking hours involved in classroom or group study, or organized networking activities with classmates. For this reason, it is recommended that participants do not travel with spouses or family members to Seattle. In the past, some participants have met family members in San Francisco for the graduation ceremony.

PLEASE NOTE: To insure that participants receive full value, program administrators reserve the right to decline registration if the registrant does not meet the criteria stated above. In the event that registration is declined, any program fees paid will be promptly refunded.