Estimated International Student Expenses for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
In order to obtain an I-20 and F1 visa to study in the U.S., you are required to demonstrate that you have adequate financial support for one academic year (3 quarters / 9 months). The following are the minimum requirements you must provide in order to obtain your UW Bothell I-20.
|Tuition & Fees||$33,162||$28,821||$9,268|
|Campus Room & Board||$10,833||$14,061||$7,222|
|Books & Supplies||$1,206||$1,206||$400|
|Medical Insurance (required)||$840||$840||$560|
*If you will be bringing your spouse and/or children on a F2 visa, you will be required to provide additional financial support ($8,488 for spouse and $5,900 for each child).
All costs are in U.S. dollars. Actual costs may vary; tuition and fees are subject to change annually.
Proof of Funding Requirement
Students who are offered admission to UW Bothell are required to submit proof of funding for one academic year. UW Bothell will not prepare your I-20 until proof of funding is received.
The University of Washington Bothell is a public institution; therefore no state or federal financial assistance is offered to international students. Students, their families and sponsors must assume all financial responsibility for tuition and living expenses.
International students currently enrolled at UW Bothell have access to limited institutional funding options such as merit based scholarships, generic scholarships open to all UW students, grants that support various student experiences, and on-campus student work positions.
The University of Washington Bothell offers the Natalie K. Lang International Student Scholarship.
Matriculated students are eligible for some scholarships listed by UW Bothell's Financial Aid & Scholarships Office and UW Seattle's Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards.