Loyola University Maryland

The Washington Montessori Institute (WMI)

Montessori Program Costs and Aid

Classroom

Program Costs 2018-19

Program Tuition

Montessori M.Ed. Academic Year Format

Students enrolled in the Montessori M.Ed. academic year program at WMI pay a flat fee tuition rate that covers both their AMI teacher training and Master's Degree. Half of the tuition is paid on the first day of the course: September 5, 2018. The other half is paid on the first day of the Spring semester: January 7, 2019.*

$21,750

Montessori CAS Academic Year Format

Students enrolled in the Montessori CAS academic year program at WMI pay a flat fee tuition rate that covers both their AMI teacher training and Certificate of Advanced Study. Half of the tuition is paid on the first day of the course: September 5, 2018. The other half is paid on the first day of the Spring semester: January 7, 2019.*

$16,000
Montessori Elementary Prerequisite Foundation Course  $2,330
Books Cost
Primary Course $140
Elementary Course $140
Elementary Prerequisite Foundation Course (in addition to the cost of required books for the Elementary Course) $45
Supplies Cost
Primary Course $400-$700
Elementary Course $1500-$1700
Association Montessori Internationale Membership  Current Cost

All students enrolled in an AMI training course are required to become members of AMI for the duration of the course.

You may become a member online by going to www.amiusa.org/members/.

 $75

($95 for international students)

*International students must pay the full first semester tuition and submit all necessary documentation as stipulated by the Office of Graduate Admissions in order to enroll.

Financial Aid

Loan assistance is available through the federal government and private lenders. Please visit Loyola's financial aid website to learn more.

AMI/USA established the MES FUND, INC., the first financial aid fund to benefit AMI teacher trainees, in honor of Margaret Elizabeth Stephenson, who devoted her life to AMI teacher training in the United States. The fund, which is administered and supported by AMI/USA, honors her legacy and extends her contribution to touch future teachers. The fund awards partial scholarships in the form of tuition reduction towards AMI training in the United States to selected students. To learn more about the MES Fund and other financial assistance options, please visit AMI/USA's financial aid website.