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          Costs per Academic Year

          Your college education is a big investment. That’s why we do everything possible to make it affordable for you and your family, and to provide the kind of return on investment you expect — and deserve. Rated the No. 4 Master's Program for Return on Investment by Payscale, a Bentley graduate degree is a smart investment in you. With available merit and financial aid, Bentley works with qualified applicants to help find ways to pay for their education.

          The annual cost of attendance includes tuition plus estimated expenses for domestic or international students and varies by academic year. Domestic student expenses are highly dependent on part-time or full-time enrollment. International student expenses may vary, however, all F-1 and J-1 students must demonstrate funding based on Bentley’s estimates. The chart below reflects estimated costs for the academic year and is subject to revision.

          Cost Per Course $5,124
          Annual Tuition Costs: Part-Time Programs (6 courses)  $30,744
          Annual Tuition Costs: Full-Time Programs (9 courses) $46,116

          Tuition for all of Bentley’s graduate programs is billed at the per-course rate. Total tuition for your program can be estimated based on the number of classes required. All MS programs require at least 10 classes (30 credits), while the MBA requires at least 12 classes (36 credits). Some programs require additional foundation classes that may be waived based on your academic and professional background. Visit our Graduate Programs page for more information about the curriculum and requirements of each program.

            Off-Campus Commuter
          Room and Board (avg.*) $19,970 $6,180
          Health Insurance** $1,991 $1,991
          Books (avg.***) $1,550 $1,550
          Personal (avg.) $1,380 $1,380
          TOTAL ANNUAL COSTS $24,891 $11,101

          *Room and Board costs are differentiated based on a domestic student's living situation. Off-Campus students are those designated as living in an off-campus apartment or house, maintaining rent/mortgage payments. Commuter students are those designated as living at home with parents or other relatives.
          **Health insurance is mandatory for all graduate students registered for more than 6 credits. All non U.S. citizens are automatically enrolled in the Bentley student health insurance plan; U.S. citizens are required to enroll in the insurance or waive out of the plan with proof of comparable insurance coverage.
          ***Book costs are based on 8 classes per year and an estimate of $193.75 per class. 

          Room $13,200
          Board/Meals $6,260
          Books $1,550
          Personal expenditures $1,380
          International Student Fee $250
          Mandatory Health Insurance $1,991
          TOTAL ANNUAL COSTS $24,631

          In accordance with federal regulations, F-1/J-1 students must provide proof of financial ability to pay for tuition, fees, and living expenses in the U.S. This information is collected through the Confirmation of Financial Resources (CFR), which provides estimates of how much it may cost to attend Bentley each academic year.

          International students holding an F-1 or J-1 visa must maintain full-time student status while in the U.S. At Bentley, this means enrolling in at least three classes per term during the fall and spring trimesters (summer enrollment is optional). International students attending online from outside the U.S. may choose to enroll part-time.

          Merit Aid

          Bentley awards more than $2 million in merit-based aid to highly qualified full-time and part-time graduate students. Merit awards are based primarily on academic, professional and personal achievement, without regard to financial need. Scholarships are distributed in the form of tuition remission, and recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA to retain award eligibility. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible for best consideration.

          $12K

          MBA Part-Time Average Awarded

          $19K

          MBA Full-Time Average Awarded

          $8.5K

          MS Part-Time Average Awarded

          $11K

          MS Full-Time Average Awarded

          Merit Scholarships

          Bentley University offers merit-based scholarships to a select number of qualified applicants. Recipients are selected based on criteria that includes their previous academic and professional achievements, test scores, and skills or attributes that suggest a unique contribution to their incoming class.

          Through partnership agreements with select national and local organizations, Bentley offers a limited number of partial to full Dean’s Leadership scholarships for academically qualified members enrolling in the MBA program with endorsement from their organization. These awards are designed to provide students working with leading diversity and corporate partners the opportunity to pursue a graduate education.

          Graduate Assistantships

          As a form of merit aid, Bentley offers a limited number of Graduate Assistantships for full time students entering in the fall term. Assistants are selected for one-year appointments in research, academic, and administrative roles based on their merit aid qualifications in addition to relevant education and experience that suggests a strong contribution to the available opportunities. Assistants are paid an hourly wage for work performed, which averages 15 hours per week each semester.

          On Campus Employment

          University-funded employment provides additional job opportunities for students. Students may work up to 20 hours per week while classes are in session. Bentley’s Student Employment Office maintains online job listings to advertise available positions throughout the year. For more information, visit Student Employment.

          Dean's Leadership

          Dean’s Leadership awards are designed to provide members of our leading diversity and corporate partners — including NABA, NSBE and City Year — the opportunity to pursue a graduate education. A limited number of partial to full scholarships are available to academically qualified members with endorsement from their organization.

          Discover Bentley

          Bentley seeks to promote diversity through the Discover Bentley program that brings high-achieving African-American, Latino, and Native American students who are interested in pursuing a graduate business degree to campus for a three-day program each fall. Participants are eligible for a partial to full Discover Bentley scholarship.

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          Financial Aid
          graduate financial aid

          Read the Graduate Financial Aid Guide which is designed to help you understand your financial aid award, policies for receiving aid and maintaining financial aid eligibility, and options for paying your expected contribution toward education costs. 

          Download the Guide 

          Bentley Graduate Need Grant

          Available only to full-time domestic students (defined as those earning at least nine credits per semester), who meet filling deadlines and demonstrate sufficient need, the Bentley Graduate Need Grant is designed to supplement federal loans and does not need to be repaid. Students in the Falcon Fast-Track program are required to file a CSS Profile Form with their parents’ information to be considered for need-based financial assistance. Additional information is available here.

          Federal Stafford Loan

          The federal government allows domestic students to borrow up to $20,500 each academic year at a fixed 5.31 percent interest rate and a 1.068 percent origination fee (as of July 1, 2016). Though interest will accrue, students with a minimum of 4.5 credits per semester can defer payments until 6 months after graduating (or dropping below the 4.5 credit minimum).

          Bentley automatically processes students’ Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan for the amount shown on their award notifications, unless students notify Bentley that they will decline or reduce the amount of the loan.

          First time Stafford Loan applicants are required to complete loan counseling to understand their rights and responsibilities as borrowers. Counseling can be completed at the StudentLoans.gov website. Failure to complete loan counseling may result in the cancellation of a student’s loan.

          ​​​​​​​Alternative Loan Programs

          Private alternative loans provided supplement funding to help pay direct and indirect educational expenses. Additional information is available here.

          ​​​​​​​Satisfactory Academic Progress

          In order to remain eligible for assistance, financial aid applicants must meet standards of academic progress established in accordance with federal regulations. The Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) of aid applicants and recipients will be evaluated by the Office of Financial Assistance at the end of each semester. Additional information is available here.

          Yellow Ribbon Service

          Bentley is pleased to recognize the service and contributions of our veterans and their families by participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Each year, Bentley offers five $4,000 awards to eligible graduate students. Additional information and online application are available here.

          Additional Resources

          Applicant Resources

          Our team at Bentley works with applicants every day to help them prepare for a graduate business education. Visit our page to see tips for applicants and other resources you may find helpful.

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          Frequently Asked Questions

          Have questions you would like answered? We've compiled a list of the top questions we receive in the Office of Graduate Admission.

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          Meet the Admission Team

          Contact us to learn more about our programs, alumni and application process

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