Calculating Tuition Fees

Calculating Tuition Fees

Tuition is calculated according to the number of annual hours the student has enrolled in, by multiplying the hour value by the number of annual hours.  

However, several academic programs have flat-rate tuition fees, which are not dependent on the number of courses in which a student is enrolled.

Credit hours for each course are listed in the University Course Catalog

Hour-Value by Track:

Non-thesis master's degree: For students studying in the faculties of humanities, business administration, social work, and education the value of an academic hour is 8% of the full master's tuition fee.

For students studying in the faculties of social sciences, law, natural sciences, mathematics, and agriculture the value of an academic hour is 10% of the full master's tuition fee.

Thesis master's degree: For students studying in the faculties of humanities, business administration, social work, and education the value of an academic hour is 10% of standard master's tuition.

For students studying in the faculties of social sciences, law, natural sciences, mathematics, and agriculture the value of an academic hour is 12% of the full master's tuition fee.

 

Academic Programs with Flat-Rate Tuition:

Tuition in the following programs is 100% for each of the standard years:

·         Veterinary medicine

·         Brain sciences: computation and information processing

·         Specialization in the study of rationality

·         Psychology (Tuition is a flat-rate 100% regardless of annual hours only in the first year, Starting with the second year, tuition is calculated according to the number of annual hours the student has enrolled in). 

 

Language skills courses

Students who choose to take language skills courses during their master degree program will be charged 5% of the standard master tuition per academic hour.

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