Current Program Costs
Your Texas MBA degree starts paying dividends immediately. In 2017 U.S. News named the Full-Time MBA program at Texas McCombs the Best Value among Top 20 business schools. With the opportunity to earn six-figure starting salaries plus signing bonuses, a Texas MBA degree is the greatest investment you’ll make for your career.
Tuition and fees for the 2018-2019 academic year are estimated below, pending approval from the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System.
Estimated One Year Tuition & Fees
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A non-refundable $2,000 deposit is required once you accept our offer of admission and is credited toward your first semester program costs.
Estimated expenses for the current academic year are: Living expenses $18,060, Books $1,000, MBA student fees $850, and laptop $2,500.
All tuition, fees, and expenses will be confirmed in early summer.
While tuition is subject to change, the Class of 2020 will be subject to no more than a 3% increase in annual total costs in the second year, based on standard course credits.
Texas law classifies each person who applies for admission to a Texas public college or university as:
A resident of Texas;
A non-resident; or
A foreign (international) student.
Students classified as Texas residents pay lower tuition rates and qualify to apply for financial aid awarded by the state.
Visit UT Austin Admissions or contact the Residency Office at GIAC for more information.
We recognize that pursuing an MBA is a big investment in your future. To make that future attainable and that investment a strong one, UT Austin awards financial assistance to many Texas MBA students to help cover tuition and living costs.