Tuition and Financial Aid

Duke University Graduate School Tuition

For tuition costs, please see the Graduate School website.

For non-tuition costs, please see the Graduate School website.

Financial Aid

Duke MIDS is committed to having a diverse student body with a variety of backgrounds and our scholarships will reflect this commitment. Partial tuition scholarships are available but are not guaranteed.. We take into consideration financial need as well as merit when awarding scholarships.

Duke University Graduate School financial aid packages for master students are limited to the federal financial aid offered by William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Programs.  In order to be considered for federal financial aid which includes federal work study funding; you must complete the FAFSA application.  The FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Aid) is required for any need-based loan program along with federal work-study.  Below is one of the basic eligibility requirements to receive federal student aid:

  • Be a United States Citizen or an eligible noncitizen
  • If you have a “green card” (in other words, if you are a permanent resident alien), you will be considered an “eligible noncitizen” and will be able to get federal student aid if you meet the other basic eligibility criteria.

If you meet the eligibility requirements, please continue to studentaid.gov. Our school code is 002920.

A website maintained by Duke’s Office of Research Support lists awards available from a variety of federal and private sources, as well as awards funded by the university.