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Summer Tuition for Graduate Students 2014

Full regular tuition for summer session is $14,900. Graduate students in approved programs registering for thesis work or other approved research subjects are eligible for a summer tuition subsidy.

Graduate students registering for credit bearing subjects that do not qualify for the summer subsidy are charged per unit of registration. The charge is $470 per unit. There is a minimum charge of $2,820 which covers up to 6 units of registration. If a student registers for more than 6 units they will be charged per unit up to a maximum of $14,900.

Graduate students participating during the summer in off-campus internship programs approved by the Provost’s Office will be charged 35% of the maximum tuition charge. For the current summer session this charge is $5,215.

Information for graduate students who finish their thesis early during the summer session is available on the Summer Pro-ration Table. Information about tuition pro-ration is also available here for students who withdraw during the summer session. Separate information about registration rules and associated tuition charges for graduate thesis registration is available on the Graduate Thesis Rules tables.

Graduate programs in the Sloan School of Management have special tuition rates detailed on the Sloan School Tuition page.

Certain other graduate programs at MIT have greater tuition charges. These are detailed at Other Programs with 'Non Standard' Tuition.

Special graduate students and non-institute graduate visiting students should refer to the tuition and fee information specific to special students and visiting students.

For more information about tuition rates and pro-ration, please contact Peter Hayes, Associate Registrar.

If you need assistance with your MITPAY Student Account, please contact your Student Financial Services Counselor for Customer Service.