Tuition & Fees for WashU Global Master of Finance

Combine two programs at a discounted tuition rate.

2023-2024 WashU Global Master of Finance tuition is $59,300 (US dollars) and paid over two equal installments. Tuition for partner institutions is paid separately.

Combined 2023-2024 Global Master of Finance Tuition by Partner

Singapore Management University (SMU)

WashU — Summer 1 $29,650
SMU — Fall/Spring SGD $32,000 (estimated)
WashU — Summer 2 $29,650
SMU — Fall 2 (included above)

Yonsei University in South Korea

WashU — Summer 1 $29,650
Yonsei — Fall/Spring US $32,300 (estimated)
WashU — Summer 2 $29,650

Reichman University in Israel

WashU — Summer 1 $29,650
IDC Herzliya — Fall/Spring US $15,000 (estimated)
WashU — Summer 2 $29,650

WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany

WashU — Summer 1 $29,650
WHU — Fall/Spring EUR € 26,100 (estimated)
WashU — Summer 2 $29,650
WHU — Fall 2 (included above)

WashU tuition covers coursework, including immersion courses in New York City and Washington, DC. Additional costs covered only during WashU immersion courses include housing, some meals, transportation between New York and Washington, DC, and transportation back to St. Louis, Missouri.

WashU tuition does not include housing costs at either institution, textbooks, supplies, meal plans or travel from your residential location to either of the campuses. Tuition also does not cover mandatory student health insurance. All students are automatically enrolled in a health insurance plan and billed accordingly.

Funding Your Degree

Students are encouraged to take a proactive role in planning for their financial success while pursuing their degree. Opportunities include but are not limited to:

Although many financial service resources are available online, we know there is no substitute for a personal conversation—whether it be for be for a quick question or a more detailed discussion. If at any time you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at or by phone at 314-935-7301.