Tuition and Fees
Degree Programs: Tuition and Fees Overview
Tuition and fees is determined by the University of California’s Office of the President and subject to change without prior notice. Click on the following degree programs for details about the 2012/13 Tuition and Fee estimates.
- Master of Pacific International Affairs (MPIA)
- Master of Advanced Studies in International Affairs (MAS-IA)
- Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Master of International Affairs (BA/MIA)
Residency Information for Tuition Purposes
All eligible students are encouraged to apply for California state residency for tuition purposes as soon as possible. Admitted students are provided additional information about how to apply for residency and referred to the Registrar's Office for further details.
International Student Financial Statement
Once an international applicant has received an offer of admission, he/she must indicate in a financial statement the amount and source of the funds he/she will use for graduate study in the United States. This form is forwarded to international applicants upon their admission. Written evidence of sufficient financial resources must be provided before visa forms will be issued. Questions regarding the international applicant financial statement should be addressed to the Office of Graduate Studies.
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