Program Costs

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai offers a leadership scholarship of up to $1,500 each to all enrollees currently residing within the United States. Any applicant from the US will be automatically considered; no separate application is required.

Program costs are divided into four installments of 25 percent each and are billed and payable at four specified points over the 20-month program. For more information about payment options, please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid Services at 212-241-5245.

Tuition for the 20-month program beginning Fall 2017 onward:

  • $73,500 plus a program fee of $500

Tuition and program fees do not include:

  • Books and subscription materials
  • Travel costs
  • Room and board for in-person seminar sessions at the School’s New York City campus

Total Program Costs:

  • $100 application fee
  • $500 program fee
  • $73,500 tuition
  • $1,500 estimated for texts, books, subscriptions, supplies
  • $1,400 estimated for lodging and meals for each of two on-campus seminar residency sessions. These are not applicable to local participants who commute during the seminars.

Estimated total program costs after leadership scholarship is applied: $76,900, not including travel costs.