Entry to the program starts at $3,000.
No other university in the U.S. offers this low entry fee. Pay off the remaining tuition from your earnings during your internship.
How does the loan work for international students?
Students working in Curricular Practical Training (CPT) find that the loan payment is part of an affordable budget and can be paid by their after-tax income along with paying their living expenses. It is common for students to also accumulate savings while doing the CPT internship.
If international student has no co-signer, you will be required to pay a modest amount upon enrollment. The amount required will depend on the level of financial aid for which you qualify. The balance of your program expenses is then paid through the Computer Professionals Loan.
MUM is the guarantor of a bank loan with a local bank. Please note: MUM receives no benefit or advantage from this arrangement and you may choose any lender you wish.
An additional loan option that might apply to some international students
To pay the initial amount due, some of our students apply for an “Alternative Loan.” To qualify, you would need to have a loan co-signer with a good credit rating who is a U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident. You may also use a larger Alternative Loan to pay your entire program expense; if you pay for the entire program when enrolling, you would get a tuition discount of $1,000.