Annual Estimated Expenses for New International Students in Degree Programs
Included below are your annual estimated expenses for 2012-13.
|Room and food||$11,270||$4,310||$15,580|
|Books and supplies||$2,545||$0||$2,545|
|Medical insurance and care||$2,790||$0||$2,790|
|Other (household etc.)||$10,912||$0||$10,912|
These estimates do not include travel to the United States.
* Costs can be expected to increase 5-10 percent each year. You should plan to provide additional resources for these increases.
** Summer attendance is not required.
*** Medical care in the United States is expensive. This estimate of medical insurance and care represents the cost of a moderate international graduate student insurance plan premium and average estimated expenses for medical care not covered by the plan.
Information for families
If you are bringing family members with you, you must also document the source of their financial support. We estimate living expenses for the spouse or other first dependent to be $5,110; for each additional dependent, $3,300 per year.
Total estimate of 12 months’ living expenses and tuition for first academic year
Student + One (family of 2): $50,977
Student + Two (family of 3): $54,277
Student + Three (family of 4): $57,577