Take a realistic look at your expenses versus your resources. Costs typically increase 4 to 6 percent each year. This budget includes estimated tuition costs for the 2013-2014 academic year. Tuition and fees will be a set price. All funds requested above tuition and fees will be refunded for living expenses.
Completing the Resources table below will give you an estimate of additional resources you’ll need to attend Olin Business School so you can determine how much of the offered financial aid you’ll need to accept.
Make a reasonable estimate of your potential income, and borrow only what you need. Managing your repayment obligation is critical to establishing and maintaining a sound credit history.
MBA One Semester Budget Estimates*
Fall 2012 Expenses
|Tuition ||$24,850 |
|Fees (additional $525 for GO! Program in the first year fall semester) ||$75 |
|Books and Supplies (includes laptop computer) ||$1,200 |
|Room and Board (rent, gas, electric, food, telephone, etc.) ||$8,400 |
|Personal and Miscellaneous ||$2,434 |
|Total ||$36,959 |
*These estimates do not include fees for University Health Insurance coverage.
|Savings || _____ |
|Employment income || _____ |
|Scholarship aid || _____ |
|Other || _____ |
|Total || _____ |