Master of Finance

Financing Your Education

MFin students are required to enroll in the MFin summer term as well as three regular terms of full-time graduate study.

MIT students who have taken both 15.401 and 15.402 prior to enrollment in the MFin program may be permitted to waive the summer term and will not be required to pay summer tuition.* Please see the Academic Calendar for key dates.

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Academic Year 2024-2025

The cost of tuition for the MFin program for the academic year 2024-2025 is $91,250 for 12-months and $124,875 for 18 months. While you are responsible for purchasing textbooks, all required course packs are included in the tuition cost. Additionally, there is a cost of health insurance, unless waived. Learn more about submitting an insurance waiver.

For more detailed information regarding the cost of attendance, including tuition and fees, please visit the SFS Graduate cost of attendance page and the Registrar's Office Sloan Tuition page.

Financing Your Education

Support typically includes personal savings, loans, fellowship/scholarship awards, government or employer sponsorship, or some combination of these. For information about financial aid options, visit MIT Student Financial Services.

MIT Sloan offers a number of MFin students teaching and research assistantships that vary in workload and compensation. While helping students cover their expenses, these competitive positions offer outstanding exposure to the school's educational research programs. Responsibilities may include working one-on-one with students, assisting in research, and grading assignments and examinations.

Available Fellowships
A limited number of fellowships are available and are awarded to admitted candidates of all citizenships and academic backgrounds. All admitted candidates are considered for these fellowships. Fellowships are awarded to individuals with outstanding academic records, personal achievements, and professional promises. Further consideration will be given to candidates who enhance the geographic diversity of the MFin class.

Additional scholarship and fellowship opportunities