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Master in Finance Tuition and Cost

The standard cost of attendance includes tuition and fees, books, rent, food, personal expenses, and transportation. As you develop your budget, we encourage you to account for additional costs for transformational experiences beyond the classroom, including trips, student groups, and events.

Previous track offerings included an accelerated track (10 months). This track is no longer offered. 

 2024/25 Estimated Cost of Attendance (Three Quarters)
Tuition* $86,250
Student Services Fee $1,452 
Lifetime Credentials Fee $78
Administrative Service Fee $1,000
Books and Course Materials $549
Housing and Food $26,010
Misc. Personal Expenses** $7,250
Transportation $1,800
Total $124,389

*Total tuition for the four-quarter program is $115,000 and includes 1300 units of coursework (13 courses). The full tuition cost is charged over four quarterly installments.

**Includes an allowance for health insurance costs; university rates for health insurance are yet to be determined.

For additional information on financial aid, please email the Chicago Booth Financial Aid Office.


Master in Finance Financial Aid and Scholarships

Merit scholarships are available for eligible applicants. Once you apply to the program, you will be automatically considered for a scholarship. Early applications are highly encouraged.

In addition, if you are interested in financial aid to help finance your graduate education, once admitted, you will work with the University of Chicago’s Student Loan Administration office.

To understand the types of financial assistance available and to gather additional information, please visit the Graduate Aid page. For international student funding options, please visit the International Student Funding Options page.

To find out if you are eligible for federal loans, please visit our Aid Eligibility page. We have administrative systems in place to assist students in applying for financial aid upon admission to our program.

For information about employer tuition benefits, please visit the website of the Bursar.

If you are interested in financial aid through student employment, please visit the Student Employment website.

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