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Graduate School of Business

International students applying to Oral Roberts University are required by the Department of Homeland Security to document sufficient financial resources to meet the educational and living expenses while in the United States. Applicants are required to submit financial documentation that equals to or exceeds one full year of expenses. This form must include: your signature, bank stamp or seal, at least one full year's tuition expenses as mandated by the U.S. government, and both pages completely filled out in order for you visa application process to proceed smoothly.

If you plan to bring any dependents, please increase the total guarantee amount with the appropriate spouse/child amounts indicated below.* The financial guarantee form should be completed by you, and if needed, by your sponsor. A sponsor may be a family member, a friend, an organization, a church, etc. An I-20 form will be issued when the guarantee information is received and the applicant has been admitted to ORU. Careful consideration must be given to your financial arrangements as this will affect receipt of your student visa. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) does not allow students to work off-campus, and ORU may not be relied upon for financial assistance.

Master of Business Administration

(Traditional MBA only)

Direct Costs

  Per Semester   Per Year


$6,750 $13,500
Books and Supplies  $720   $1,440
Fees $565 $1,130
Total Estimated Direct Costs  $8,035



Indirect Costs

  Per Semester  Per Year
Room & Board   $4,325 $8,650
Miscellaneous/Insurance $924 $1,848
Travel $893 $1,786 
Estimated Total Indirect Costs  $6,142 $12,284



  Per Semester Per Year
Estimated Cost of Tuition $13,906 $28,254
Tuition and fees are based on the 2021 - 2022 academic year and are subject to change. Books, room and board, miscellaneous and travel budgeted amounts are estimates only; actual costs may vary. Personal health insurance is required for all full-time, residential students.

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For more information, please contact:

Office of Graduate Admissions
Phone: 918.495.6518

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