Financing your Graduate Education at Texas A&M

Educational expenses for nine months will vary according to your personal needs and course of study. Scholarships & Financial Aid estimates a basic budget for new graduate students (including tuition and fees, books, supplies, transportation, room and board, incidental and living expenses) at about $20,000. Total expenses for returning students during an academic year should be slightly less than those for new students. The cost for new nonresidential and international students is about $26,000.  For the latest and detailed tuition and fee information, please refer to Student Business Services.

Most A&M graduate and professional school students support themselves through one or more of the following financial assistance avenues:

Funding for International Students

Individual graduate students often receive financial support from multiple sources. Many different fellowships and grants are available through the college departments and the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies. Application for either assistantships or fellowships is made via the academic departments, and any inquiries should be directed toward the department of interest.