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    The MIT Sloan Visiting Fellows is a non-degree, certificate-only program. Therefore, no financial aid or scholarships are available for the program.

    The estimated expenses for the fall 2017 semester are:

    $43,156 – Tuition*                             

    $500      – Books, course materials, supplies

    $20,000 – Living Expenses, single person**

    $1,631   – MIT student extended health insurance plan, single person***

    *Tuition for the Visiting Fellows Program includes cultural outings with other Fellows to attractions and activities in Boston and Cambridge, such as social gatherings, attending professional sporting events, and other activities available during your semester at MIT Sloan.

    **Living expenses are quoted for a single bedroom apartment in the Kendall Square neighborhood surrounding campus. Costs may vary if you share an apartment or live farther away from campus. After acceptance, the International Programs will assist you in locating suitable off-campus housing options. Visiting Fellows are not eligible for on-campus housing.

    ***The MIT student health insurance may be waived if you are able to provide other health plan coverage that meets the minimum required per law. If you are an international student, your health plan should meet the minimum insurance visa requirement.

    The tuition cost is a flat rate due 30 days prior the start of the semester regardless of credits enrolled.