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2018-2019 Tuition and Fees (per year)

Johnson Cornell Tech MBA

Tuition: $102,652

Health Insurance: $3,284

Student Activity Fee: $84

For further information, please visit Johnson’s Financial Planning and Cornell University’s Student Health Benefits.

 

Master of Engineering

Tuition: $54,584

Health Insurance: $2,832

Student Activity Fee: $84

For further information, please visit Cornell University’s Office of the BursarFinancial Aid, and Student Health Benefits.

 

Master of Laws (LLM)

Tuition: $64,456

Health Insurance: $2,832

Student Activity Fee: $84

For further information, please visit Cornell University’s Office of the BursarFinancial Aid, and Student Health Benefits.

 

Technion-Cornell Dual Degree Programs*

Tuition: $54,584

Health Insurance: $2,832

Student Activity Fee: $84

*First-year costs only

For further information, please visit Cornell University’s Office of the BursarFinancial Aid, and Student Health Benefits.


On-Campus Housing

The average cost of on-campus housing in The House is $10,780 per semester.*

This is an estimate based on all apartment types and electricity usage. Please visit Residences at The House for more information.

*Johnson Cornell Tech MBA students must also pay for summer housing in Ithaca. For more information, please see Johnson’s Tuition & Expenses.

 

Student Health Insurance

All students are required to have health insurance that meets Cornell’s minimum requirements, and all students will be automatically enrolled in Cornell’s Student Health Plan (SHP). International students are required to be covered by the Cornell SHP. (Please visit CornellHealth’s International Students for more information about health care in the United States.) U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents can apply to waive out of the Cornell SHP if their insurance meets Cornell’s requirements.

 

Although we make every effort to inform students of changes in advance, the amount, time, and manner of payment of tuition, fees, or other charges may be changed at any time without notice. Please note that the average tuition increase per academic year is 3-5%. 


Scholarships

Cornell Tech offers scholarship aid to a limited number of master’s degree students each year.  All scholarships at Cornell Tech are merit-based, determined by review of an applicant’s credentials at the time of their admission; and all applicants are considered (there is no additional application).  While it is not possible for Cornell Tech to offer full-tuition funding for master’s students, merit scholarships may cover a significant portion of tuition costs. Please note that scholarships cannot be applied to housing or costs other than tuition.

Need-based financial aid is not available from Cornell Tech, but students who are qualified for need-based aid programs at the state and federal level may contact Cornell Financial Aid for assistance in applying.  Specialized resources also exist for students enrolling in the Johnson Cornell Tech MBA through the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Cornell Tech and the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute also offer a number of named scholarships and fellowships made possible through the generosity of partners and donors.  These awards are highly competitive and awarded by the admissions committee shortly after admission.

Some of our named fellowships include:

Edward H. Meyer Entrepreneurial Scholarship
Peggy J. Koenig Cornell Tech Fellowship
Noel Croucher Graduate Fellowship
James H. and Marilyn H. Simons Graduate Fellowship
Abby Joseph Cohen Scholarship
Korman Family Fellowship
Robert Frederick Smith Tech Scholars Program
Antonio M. Alvarez III Annual Scholarship
Horrocks Family Scholarship
Emma & Joseph Cherian Graduate Scholarship
Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship Fellowship

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