A Boston University education is within your reach. While financing a college education can appear challenging, BU’s Metropolitan College offers scholarships, loans, and assistantships to help you meet your educational goals. We also provide information to help you make thoughtful decisions about options for financing a Boston University education.
If, like many BU MET students, you are working either part-time or full-time while in your graduate program, we encourage you to speak with your employer regarding potential tuition benefits. Some companies offer tuition reimbursements, while others may offer direct payments. Additionally, Metropolitan College has over 200 Preferred Educational Partners that offer tuition discounts. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Boston University also provides guidance on personal money management and loan repayment, including workshops and online resources. We encourage you to visit BU’s Smart Money 101 page.
Graduate Financial Assistance
Metropolitan College’s Graduate Financial Aid office offers comprehensive financial assistance to graduate students, including scholarships, assistantships, and loans.
All US citizens and permanent residents who apply to a master’s degree program are automatically considered for a merit scholarship of up to $5,000. Scholarship decisions are made without regard to financial need and recipients will be notified of an award upon admission. Learn more about our Merit Scholarships.
International students are not eligible for scholarships or federal loans but can apply for graduate assistantships and private loans, as noted on our International Student Tuition & Fees page.
Graduate Financial Aid
Boston University Metropolitan College
1010 Commonwealth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02215
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 617-358-4072
Undergraduate Financial Assistance
Boston University Financial Assistance offers comprehensive financial aid services to Metropolitan College undergraduate students. To learn more, visit the Boston University Financial Assistance website or contact:
Boston University Financial Assistance
881 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Email: email@example.com | Phone: 617-353-2965 | Fax: 617-358-2792
Eligible undergraduates can also take advantage of numerous Metropolitan College scholarships.