Graduate Cost and Financial Support
A Monmouth University education is an investment in yourself that will reward you for the rest of your life. We are proud to be able to help many students access the resources needed to make it happen.
International students will automatically be considered for graduate scholarships during the admission process.
2020-2021 Tuition & Fees (9 months)
|Application Fee (Estimated)||$50|
|Comprehensive and Miscellaneous Fees (Estimated)||$842|
Scholarships for International Students
Monmouth University is committed to making graduate education a realistic option for international students through our innovative graduate scholarship program. Although federal funding is only available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents, international students may be eligible for one of our academic excellence scholarships.
International applicants to Monmouth University are automatically considered during the admission process. International transfer students also may be eligible for the same scholarships as domestic transfer students. These scholarships are meant to reward your dedication and commitment to your education, and the amount of the award is based on your cumulative grade point average (GPA) in your previous degree and the number of credits taken each semester.
- Available to graduate students in most graduate programs who have earned a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average (GPA) upon completion of their undergraduate degree.
- Amounts vary by the number of graduate credits taken each semester.
- Students are automatically considered for graduate scholarships upon acceptance to the university.
Estimated Living Expenses
|Room / Board (Estimated)||$11,895|
|Books and Supplies (Estimated)||$600|
|Personal Expenses (Estimated)||$5,081|
|ESTIMATED GRAND TOTAL||$44,008|
|Minus Grant / Scholarship||– _______|
|Amount to be covered through financial documentation||________|
International graduate students at Monmouth University may apply for a Graduate Assistantship in many roles across campus to gain valuable professional experience and cover a portion of their tuition fees.
As a Graduate Assistant, you may work with faculty and staff in areas related to your education and professional goals. You may apply to serve as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA), working in classrooms and laboratories under the supervision of a faculty member, or as a Graduate Research Assistant, conducting research of a scholarly nature under faculty supervision.
“I encourage students to take advantage of the assistantship program at Monmouth to gain experience with research and create options for a Ph.D. degree.”
Parth Nilesh Kadakia, India
M.S. in Software Engineering