Under US immigration law, you must verify sufficient financial documentation of funds available for study in the US for you and your dependents, as applicable. Note: If a financial document is under someone else's name, the account holder must fill out a Financial Support Letter to be submitted with the financial document.
Financial documents must clearly state bank name or logo, account number (partial is acceptable), account holder's name, date of statement, and account balance. Date on financial document cannot be more than 90 days ago.
Acceptable Financial Documents *
- Scholarship Letters
- Bank and Investment Statements/Letters
- Certificates of Deposit and Fixed Deposits
- Business Accounts (with owner support and proof of ownership)
- Letter from Sponsoring Agency
- Certificate of Surrender Value of Life Insurance Policy
Unacceptable Financial Documents
- Valuables (jewelry, antiques, etc)
- Nonliquid Assets and Investments
- Letter from an Accounting Firm
- Income Tax Return
- Support from Another F-1 or J-1 Student who is not spouse/parent
- Documents Older Than 90 Days
- Life Insurance Premium Paid Certificate
*If you have another type of financial document, please submit the financial documentation as requested. We will review your document and let you know if it is acceptable.
Estimated Annual Cost for International Students
Review the information below to find your estimated annual costs. These are estimates - we cannot know exactly how much you will be charged because tuition and fees change from college to college. However, these estimates will give you a good idea of how much to expect to pay at OU.
|Graduate Programs||Tuition & Fees||Total**|
|PhD: Architecture, Interior Design, Construction Mgmt. (18HRS)||$20,601||$35,487|
|Master of Science in Architecture (21HRS)||$23,743||$38,629|
|Regional and City Planning (24HRS)||$27,085||$41,971|
|Landscape Architecture (28HRS)||$31,541||$46,427|
|Master of Architecture (30HRS)||$33,769||$48,655|
|Arts & Sciences (18HRS)||$19,966||$34,852|
|Atmospheric & Geographic Sci. (18HRS)||$20,378||$35,264|
|Business (18HRS, except MBA)||$20,112||$34,998|
|Master of Business Administration (32HRS)||$35,262||$50,148|
|Master of Accountancy (18HRS)||$21,901||$36,787|
|Earth & Energy, including Petroleum Engineering (18HRS)||$20,468||$35,354|
|Engineering & Computer Science (18HRS)||$20,549||$35,435|
|International Studies (18HRS)||$20,171||$35,057|
|Fine Arts (18HRS)||$20,279||$35,165|
|Art (major code M060) (30 HRS)||$33,565||$48,451|
|Energy Executive MBA||$85,500|
|Graduate Law Programs||Tuition & Fees||Total**|
|Law JD (31HRS)||$31,900||$46,500|
|Master of Legal Studies (18HRS)||$18,700||$33,300|
|Graduate Living Expenses||$14,886|
|Room and Board||$12,000|
|Books and Supplies||$396|
|Law Living Expenses||$14,600|
|Room and Board||$11,050|
|Books and Supplies||$1,140|
|Tuition & Fees||$28,500*|
|TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS FOR ONE YEAR||$45,702|
*Aviation-Flying majors (Professional Pilot and Management-Flying Option) have an estimated, additional tuition and fees cost of $12,500 per year.
*Undergraduate students in architecture, art, engineering, computer science, or petroleum engineering have an estimated, additional, one-time laptop computer expense of $2,000.
|Child (per child)
To see the esimated costs for students attending the Center for English as a Second Language (CESL), please visit the CESL website.