Program Cost and Financial Aid
At McCombs, we recognize that pursuing an MBA is an investment in your future. To make that future more attainable, UT awards financial assistance to many Texas MBA students to help cover tuition and living costs. In most cases, that aid comes in the form of student loans, but other options for funding your MBA include scholarships and fellowships, teaching and research assistantships, and special military benefits. Learn more about the different opportunities available for financing your MBA.
Here are the estimated expenses for the 2012-2013 academic year, along with in-state residency info and helpful budgeting tips for MBA students.
Student loans are the most common form of aid for MBA students, with both federal and alternative loans available to meet your financial needs.
McCombs offers scholarships for both new and continuing students, as well as fellowships through several of our partner organizations.
Have questions about financing your degree? Here are answers to some common questions, along with info to contact our financial aid team.