Costs & Financial Aid

 Direct Expenses* (2014-2015) Indirect Expenses (2014-2015) 
 Tution and Fees**$55,158 Average Living
Allowance
$20,300  
  Average Books$2,646  
  Average Travel$2,606 
  Average Federal Loan Fees$2,800
 SUBTOTAL$55,158 SUBTOTAL$28,352 
  TOTAL cost per year$83,510 

 * Direct expenses are charges that a student will incur on their billing statement from the Office of Student Accounts. Indirect expenses are other associated costs which are averages that a student may incur for their education.
** Mandatory Fees include a Yates Fee that is assessed when a student registers for 9+ credit hours. A Georgetown University Health Insurance charge is assessed when a student registers for 8+ credit hours.

For more detailed information about tuition and billing, please call Georgetown University's Office of Student Accounts at (202) 687-7100.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Georgetown MBA students typically fund their MBA studies through use of their personal savings, scholarships and loans.  Each student coming to the MBA program will analyze his or her personal savings to determine the additional amount needed to fund an MBA at Georgetown

Merit-Based Scholarships:
More than $1.5 million is available to MBA applicants through merit-based scholarships. With the goal of recruiting top talent, scholarship recipients are selected from the Georgetown Full-time MBA Program's pool of applicants based on academic performance, work experience, the evaluative interview, and other qualitative parts of the application.

All Georgetown MBA Program applicants automatically are considered for a merit-based scholarship and do not need to submit any additional materials to be considered. Prospective students are encouraged to apply early to best position themselves for scholarship consideration. Scholarship notification is included in an applicant’s admissions decision letter.

Connelly Scholarships:
The Georgetown MBA John F. Connelly Scholars Program is an endowed scholarship program, established to provide recognition to an elite group of Georgetown MBA students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, professional excellence, and leadership in their community. The Connelly Scholars Program provides special programming, mentoring, and leadership development. Connelly Scholars are encouraged to be active members of the Georgetown MBA student leadership community and ultimately participate in the Georgetown MBA alumni community.

Scholars are selected by a committee of Connelly Foundation board members and Georgetown University MBA Program administrators. Scholarship recipients receive a full tuition scholarship for both years of study. All admitted students are reviewed for consideration.

Toyota Scholarship: 
Funded through a partnership with Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc., the Toyota Scholarship recognizes successful undergraduate academic work and at least four years of professional achievement. The recipient will have an anticipated concentration in marketing, strategy, or finance; is a citizen or permanent resident of the United States; has had at least four consecutive years of (non-internship) work experience; and has an undergraduate GPA of 3.3 or better. Citizens and permanent residents of the United States are eligible and automatically considered for this award.

Need-Based Financial Aid:
The Office of Student Financial Services attempts to assist qualified applicants who have financial eligibility to meet their educational and living costs. All United States citizens and permanent residents of the United States may be considered for federally funded programs. International students also may be eligible for financial support from the government of their home country or other agencies, but they are not eligible for federal funding from the United States.

Find the latest information by visiting the Office of Student Financial Services.