OverviewTuition & Financial Aid
Tuition and Expenses
For the 2016-2017 academic year the Master of Science in Robotics tuition is $16,808 per quarter, and the program requires four quarters of full-time enrollment. If a student participates in a summer internship, no tuition is due during that quarter. Failure to complete all program requirements during the four quarters of full-time enrollment may result in additional tuition costs.
Additional expenses may include:
- Approximate on-campus annual cost of living: $22,000
- Northwestern student health plan (required for international students): $3,799
- Miscellaneous expenses (books, transportation, etc.): $5,000
The total cost of the MSR program can be expected to be in range of $85,000 to $95,000, depending on student needs.
Additional Funding Resources
While the MSR program does not directly offer any sort of research/teaching assistantships, scholarships, or fellowships, students may be eligible for other types of support. Resources may be found at the McCormick graduate fellowships and internships page and the Northwestern Office of Fellowships page.
Students in the MSR program are eligible to apply for financial aid. Prospective students should familiarize themselves with the alternatives for financial aid and contact Student Financial Services with any questions.
Students utilizing financial aid to fund their graduate degree must comply with the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy to maintain eligibility.