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Tuition, Fees & Other Expenses
For information related to current tuition rates, fees and associated program expenses, please visit the Northeastern Student Financial Services page. Click the dropdown under “Graduate Programs” and you will find the rate next to “Business Administration.”
State law requires students to have medical insurance. Students enrolled in the Boston campus cohort will be enrolled in the Northeastern University Student Health Plan (NUSHP) unless you waive enrollment. For more information on the plan, please visit the Northeastern Student Financial Services page. Click the drop down under "Student Health Plan (NUSHP)" to find the annual rates.
If you are relocating to the city, you will find that housing expenses can vary widely across the Boston area. In general, we advise incoming students to estimate approximately $1,800 per month for room and board.
Applicants will automatically be considered for a scholarship when the apply. Scholarships are awarded based on merit.
Double Husky Scholarship
Are you a Northeastern graduate who is considering going back to school to earn your graduate certificate? The Double Husky Scholarship helps Husky alumni finance their graduate education by providing a tuition discount of 25 percent for the MS in Finance.
The Parent and Family Scholarship
Are you a parent or sibling of a current Northeastern undergraduate student? Northeastern offers a first-of-its-kind Parent and Family Scholarship. The MS in International Business program qualifies and 25-percent discounts are available. To be eligible, you will need to provide the Northeastern University ID number of your son, daughter, or sibling (who must be currently enrolled at Northeastern as a full-time undergraduate day student) at the time of your application.
D’Amore-McKim MS in International Business Scholarship
The D’Amore-McKim MS in International Business Scholarship is a highly competitive award offered to our most promising candidates. Successful candidates have typically distinguished themselves by their potential to be a leader in their communities.