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Master in International Affairs Aid

Bush School scholarships are merit-based aid for which all applicants are considered. They are currently awarded in levels from $1,000 to $15,000 in the first year and renewed and prorated for the second year (if students maintain a preset GPA). About a dozen graduate assistantships are available to second-year students based on merit and qualifications. Additional Texas A&M University and Robertson Foundation for Government fellowships are also available to extremely competitive and/or qualified applicants; these awards are worth approximately $30,000 per year. In addition, out-of-state students are issued non-resident tuition waivers that allow them to pay Texas rates, saving them over $7,500 per year.

The cost of one year/24 hours of coursework for a Bush School student is currently $11,000; remember, that's applicable to all students because of the non-resident tuition waivers.

This combination of low-cost tuition and fees and dedicated scholarship support make the MIA at Texas A&M University very affordable.

IN-STATE COST YEAR ONE
Estimated In-state tuition and fees$11,100
Average first-year scholarship -$5,000*
Estimated Average Cost $6,100
  
*excludes TAMU/Robertson fellowships 

OUT-OF-STATE COST YEAR ONE
Estimated Out-of-state tuition and fees$20,600
Non-resident waiver-$9,600
Average first-year scholarship -$5,000*
Estimated Average Cost $6,100
  
*excludes TAMU/Robertson fellowships 

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