Tuition and Fees

The following is an estimate of the cost of one academic year (2 semesters) of full-time study for non-resident students:

International (non-resident) costs for Fall 2023

Tuition & Fees

Health Insurance

Living Expenses

Total I-20 Amount


(based on 12 units per semester)

$16,509 $2,063 $21,375 $39,947


(based on 9 units per semester)





Graduate Business Professional Programs (MBA, MSBA)

(based on 9 units per semester)
$20,427 $2,063 $21,375 $43,865


Costs for the first year of self-support programs beginning Fall 2023

Tuition & Fees 

Health Insurance

Living Expenses

Total I-20 Amount

One-year MBA

$32,780 $2,550 $28,500 $63,920

MBA for Global Innovators





MS Accountancy


$17,587 $2,550 $28,500 $48,637

Pre-professional Health Academic Program (PHAP) 


$17,250  $2,063  $21,375 $40,688


Note on Fee Information:

The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees.  Estimated future tuition (excluding campus fees) for through 2028-29 are posted on the CSU website here.


Dependent Information:

Applicants wishing to have a spouse or children accompany them to the U.S. while attending California State University, East Bay, must provide additional assets for each dependent: $5,000 for spouse and $5,000 for each child.


Providing  Financial Verification:

Source of Funds

In order for us to issue an I-20 (for F-1 students) or DS-2019 (for J-1 students), YOU MUST PROVIDE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION.  Financial documents that demonstrate proof of funding must be in English and must:
  • Be an official bank statement or bank letter on letterhead with a stamp/seal and/or bank officer’s signature.
  • Demonstrate at least the minimum total estimated expenses for one academic year.
  • Include an issue date that is within the recent 12 months of when you submit your application
  • Include the account holder’s name
  • Include a specific amount in U.S. dollars.


Documentation required to verify finances
Type of Documentation Acceptable Not Acceptable
Bank Letters
Bank Statements (Savings or Checking Accounts)
Fixed/Term/Time Deposits (Must be able to be withdrawn at any time without penalty)
Loan Letters
Scholarship Letters (Private, Government, School, etc.)
Solvency Letter (Bank letter indicating funds immediately available to the individual)
Employer Letters / Salary Statements X
Line of Credit Letters X
Provident (Retirement) Fund Statements X
Stock Market, Equity, or Mutual Fund Statements X
Life Insurance Policy X


Payment options:

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