Tuition at UK
Compared to other top research universities, the University of Kentucky offers reasonable tuition fees to ensure that students receive a high-quality, affordable international education. Please click a program below for specific tuition.
Gatton College Scholarships
It’s worth it to go to the University of Kentucky! We offer very generous scholarships for international students. All scholarships can be combined, so if you apply and are awarded several scholarships, you could get most of your tuition paid! For example, if you are a transfer student with a 3.5 GPA, you will automatically receive $2,000 plus $4,000 for a total of $6,000 annually.
Up to $5,000. Students must apply by November 1 for the Spring admission and May 1 for the Fall admission. This scholarship is only available to students coming from a partnership school or university.
This scholarship is for one outstanding undergraduate student from China which will pay $10,000 over two years. Students must be admitted and apply by May 1. This scholarship is only available to students coming from a partnership school or university.
University of Kentucky Scholarships
Scholarships are awarded to admitted students; applicants with missing documentation may not be considered for scholarships.
Scholarships are determined at the time a student is accepted to the University of Kentucky. Transfer scholarships will be offered to students who are enrolled full time, who have completed one or more terms at an accredited college or university, and who are working toward their first bachelor's degree.
The Graduate School Office of Finance, Funding, & Analytics strives to promote Student Success and high quality of graduate programs, as well as support all units of the Graduate School.
Students who meet the GPA and admissions requirements will automatically receive the Transfer Academic Scholarship. A $4,000 tuition scholarship for students with a GPA of 3.0 – 4.0.. Admission is required before June 15.
External Resources for Grants & Scholarships
Funding sources can differ depending on the region of the world in which students live. We strongly suggest contacting the nearest Overseas Education Advising Center or the U.S. Embassy/Consulate in your country. These centers have updated information about financial assistance and can assist with the application process.