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MSF - Master of Science in Finance | Admissions

Tuition and Financial Aid


Program Fees for 2014 - 2015

In-state Tuition & Fees: $43,000

Out-of-State Tuition &Fees: $48,000

These costs cover tuition and fees only. The following items are not included:

  • International student health insurance program fee
  • International Student and Scholar Services support service fee
  • Optional Fees like tickets for sporting events and parking fees
  • Books, supplies and additional living expenses.

The Office of Student Financial Services provides an estimated UT cost of attendance, including room and board, transportation, and personal expenses, which is based upon averages approved by The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

For detailed information about establishing Texas residency for tuition purposes, please visit the residency website.


Financial Aid Information

Merit Based Tuition and Fee Waivers


The MSF program awards merit-based assistance to exceptional applicants. All applicants will be considered; no separate application is necessary.

Student Loans


Financial aid is available in the form of student loans. Applicants can apply for most loans through the university’s Office of Student Financial Services. To apply for federal and state assistance, students will need the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will need to authorize The University of Texas at Austin to receive your FAFSA information by entering the following Title IV School Code: 003658.

We strongly recommend that you begin applying for financial aid as early as possible. You can check the status of your financial aid application at the Office of Student Financial Services webpage or through your status check page.

If you need assistance with your financial aid application, please contact our Accounts Manager.

TA/RA Opportunities and Outside Employment


MSF students are not typically eligible for university employment as teaching or research assistants. Due to the rigorous nature of the coursework, outside employment is not generally recommended.