Financial Information

Most students pay for the program with personal funds, federal loans (U.S. students only), or private loans. A limited number of partial merit scholarships are available.

Costs

Estimated CostsAmount
Florida Resident Tuition*

Non-Florida Resident Tuition*
$15,921

$36,213
Professional Development Fee$350
Required Global Immersion Experience$3,500
Total Books & Materials$1,400
Housing$7,000
Food, transport, & other$4,500

*Tuition (30 credit hours), based on Fall 2017 tuition costs:

Tuition is due per semester (2 modules), two weeks after the start of classes, and is based on the number of credit hours for which you are registered in that semester. Tuition fees are subject to change between academic years. Refer to the University Bursar website for the most updated tuition fees.


Scholarships

A limited number of partial merit scholarships ($2000-$5000) are awarded each year. Some scholarships are awarded through the admission process (no application necessary). Other scholarships require an application (more details coming soon).

We do not use Master’s level students to teach in our College, therefore we do not offer teaching assistantships or fellowships.

Florida Bright Futures recipients who graduated with their Bachelor’s degree in 7 semesters/105 credits or less may be eligible to apply remaining Bright Futures funding to the first semester of a graduate program. Contact your undergraduate financial aid adviser for more information.

Florida Pre-Paid students, before cashing out a pre-paid account, contact your undergraduate financial aid adviser for more information about using remaining pre-paid funds for graduate tuition.


Federal Student Aid and Loans

Most students (U.S. Citizens/U.S. Residents) are eligible to receive federal loans. To apply for federal loans, you must complete the Federal Student Aid FAFSA Application. You can get more details on the UF Financial Aid website.

For questions, contact a Hough Financial Advisor:

Connie Reed
Hough Hall 203
Email
352.273.4960


Academic Common Market

Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia

Are you a resident of one of these states?

The Academic Common Market enables students in the Southeast to pursue the Master of International Business (MIB) degree at the University of Florida at In-State tuition rates. This program, created by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), allows students from 16 Southern states to “study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college, while paying in-state tuition.” The MIB program is currently approved to offer tuition reciprocity to state residents of Alabama and Kentucky. Students from other SREB member states should contact the MIB program for more details about MIB tuition reciprocity in their state.


International Students

No federal or state loan or grant programs exist for international students. International students must be able to pay the cost of tuition and living expenses. Please refer to the UF International Center website for information regarding financial aid, tuition waivers, campus employment, etc.