M.S. in Global Commerce - Tuition, Financial Aid, & Scholarships | UVA McIntire School of Commerce
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Tuition, Financial Aid, & Scholarships

2019-2020 Estimated Program Cost
Cost of Attendance 2019-2020
In-State
2019-2020
Out-of-State & International 
Tuition and Fees $39,783 $40,134
       Tuition       $37,400       $37,400
       University Fee*       $2,333       $2,684
       Student Activity Fee       $50       $50
Books and Supplies $1,630 $1,630
Mandatory Housing Fees* $11,315 $11,315
       UVA Housing**       $5,150       $5,150
       Lingnan Housing and Fees**       $1,865       $1,865
       ESADE Housing and Fees**       $4,300       $4,300
Insurance* $1,250 $1,250

 

*Estimated for 2019-2020; subject to change.   
**The UVA housing fee is payable through UVA SIS by the August deadline. Lingnan housing and fees are payable to Lingnan upon arrival in January. ESADE housing and fees are payable by wire tranfer to ESADE in January.
International travel, visa fees, meals, and personal expenses on your own.

How to Fund Graduate School

We encourage applicants to investigate a number of resources to assist in meeting the cost of attending graduate school.

University Resources

UVA Student Financial Services (Financial Aid and Student Accounts)

Student Financial Services offers a wide range of services to help you meet your financial obligations, including federal financial aid programs; need-based, private, and emergency loans; and resources to search for scholarships and grants. To apply for financial aid at the University, graduate students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Renewal FAFSA Web application. Filing the Renewal FAFSA will require your PIN, which was provided to you by the U.S. Department of Education.

Departmental Scholarships

McIntire has a limited number of departmental scholarships available. To apply for a need- or merit-based scholarship, complete the departmental scholarship form as part of the online application. Scholarship applications are reviewed separately from the admissions process.

Private Loan Program

Many private lending institutions offer credit-based loan programs to independent students with non-adverse credit history and/or with a credit-worthy cosigner. Students should carefully consider the terms, interest rates, and loan and origination fees on all such loans before making a decision.

Veterans’ Benefits

The Office of the University Registrar is the liaison between students and the Department of Veterans Affairs for matters concerning education benefits available to veterans, service members, and their families. This office provides information and furnishes application forms upon request.