Students may use the ASU tuition and cost of attendance estimator to see the latest tuition and fees for the upcoming year.
The following resources may be of assistance when you are determining how to finance your tuition and fees:
Additional Financial Assistance
A variety of scholarship opportunities are available for admitted MRED students, based on need and merit. Contact an MRED admissions representative to learn more about scholarships and deadlines.
Financial Aid for International Students
As an international student your primary financial aid options include private scholarships and private education loans to supplement your own personal funds for the cost of your education.
Many private scholarships are available for graduate-level education. With today's technology, searching for scholarships is easy by using a Web-based scholarship search tool. Complete a personal profile with one or two scholarship search engines and identify your unique qualifications to be searched against the database of available scholarships from private sponsors. Two services include Next Student Scholarship Search and Fast Web Scholarship Search . Students can also use the ASU Scholarship Search site for additional scholarships.
To be considered for private education loans through a lender, you must apply for the loan with a creditworthy co-applicant (co-signer) who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. An international student who is able to apply with a U.S. co-applicant can request up to approximately $40,000 through an alternative education loan.
Please note that the MRED program does not offer any graduate assistantships. For more information regarding graduate teaching and research assistants/associates visit http://graduate.asu.edu/financing/tara .
Your application for admission must be accepted to ASU prior to applying for RA/TA positions.