Tuition for the School of Government and Public Transformation — Tecnológico de Monterrey is USD 1,300 per credit for the 2018-2019 academic year. Students need to earn 15 credits from Tecnológico de Monterrey to complete the program. In addition, tuition for the Washington University School of Law for the 2018-2019 academic year is USD 2,367 USD per credit. Students need to earn 20 from Washington University to complete the program. Total tuition for the 35-credit dual M.LL. program is 66.840 USD. Tuition payments are made for each class in which you enroll.
Financial aid for international students
International students should explore financing options in their countries of origin. Depending on their country of residence, each candidate may also have access to student loans through private credit institutions.
In addition, many employers offer tuition benefits, including tuition reimbursements and low-cost loans.
Mexican candidates can obtain further information on financial aid here.
One way international students can finance their education is through employer sponsorship. Even though many companies do not openly announce the availability of such type of financing, they may in fact have funds that could be allocated upon request. We encourage candidates to discuss their professional development goals with their employers.