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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

$40,946

Tuition & Fees for Residents

Tuition and Fees Breakdown

Fall 2022

  • Tuition: $17,937
  • Campus Fees: $2,536
  • Total: $20,473

Spring 2023

  • Tuition: $17,937
  • Campus Fees: $2,536
  • Total: $20,473

$54,272

Tuition & Fees for International/Non-resident

Tuition and Fees Breakdown

Fall 2022

  • Tuition: $24,600
  • Campus Fees: $2,536
  • Total: $27,136

Spring 2023

  • Tuition: $24,600
  • Campus Fees: $2,536
  • Total: $27,136

Deposit

Applicants who are offered admission must submit a nonrefundable deposit to reserve a spot in the program. This is a partial payment that will be credited to the tuition bill during the first semester of classes.

Scholarship Opportunities

Gies College of Business offers a limited number of merit, need, and diversity-based scholarships for qualified students. All students who plan on enrolling for fall terms are eligible to apply. Recipients will be selected based on need, academic standing, and essay submissions. To apply, follow the essay instructions found on the admissions page. Scholarship essay submissions must be received with the application for full consideration for scholarship.

Gies+ Scholarship

Students who are currently earning a master’s degree at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign outside of Gies College of Business can receive a second graduate degree from Gies Business in conjunction with their primary degree. In as little as nine months, you can combine your passion for academic disciplines like engineering, human resources, law, advertising, architecture, healthcare, and social work with your interest in business.

Students who apply for the Gies+ scholarship are eligible to receive a $10,000 tuition discount once they are admitted into one of the participating Gies Business programs. Learn more about the Gies+ Scholarship.

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