At Georgetown, we offer graduate students two main types of financial aid: merit-based aid and need-based financial aid. You can also find opportunities for fellowships, scholarships and external funding from the Office of Graduate Fellowships & Awards.
All applicants to our program are eligible to be considered for merit or scholarship aid, which is based on your academic record. If you have a strong academic record, be sure to check the box for “Yes I want to be considered” when asked about merit aid on the application. If you submit your application by our priority deadline of January 15, you will maximize your chances of receiving merit aid.
In order to also be eligible for financial aid, you’ll want to submit a FAFSA application. This is separate from the Georgetown graduate program application and provides access to Federal loan options.
Note that VA benefits for the program have not yet been approved.
Tuition and Fees
The typical full-time Master’s in International Migration and Refugees student will take 12 credits per semester for a total of 36 credits over the course of three semesters. Full-time tuition in the Master’s in International Migration and Refugees program will be approximately $88,272* or $2,452* per credit hour. For more information, please consult the University’s Tuition and Fees page and the financial information section of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
*Based on 2023-2024 per credit tuition rate. Tuition rates for each academic year are typically published in February prior to the start of the upcoming academic year.
DISCLAIMER: This program has not yet obtained approval for VA education benefits at this time, and is pending submission of its VA application. Please contact our Assistant Registrar for Veteran/Military Benefits at email@example.com for more information.