Master's degree

Master's degree - general information

 

The cumulative tuition for a graduate degree will not be less than 200%.

A master student can spread his or her studies over no more than 4 years, while the charge will be in accordance with the curriculum and not less than 50% tuition each year.

A first year student with a program excess of 100% will only be charged 100% of tuition and the balance will be transfered to the following year.

A student who does not proceed to a second year will have to pay the balance that was due for the following year.


A student who declares graduation and has not accrued 200% of tuition, will be charged in accordance with the curriculum and no less than required to complete accrual to 200%. If the extent of his studies is less than 50% he will also pay a overhead of 10% of full tuition.

A student who has completed his/her accrual of 200% of tuition will pay according to his / her curriculum and an additional overhead of 10% of full tuition.

A student who has completed his academic and financial accrual obligations of 200% tuition and has only a final examination or thesis after 31.12, will pay a 10% tuition overhead.

 

Students who are studying medicine and dentistry, who are concurrently studying "graduate studies", will not be required to complete a 200% tuition fee for a diploma, but will pay according to the calculation of hours for a diploma and no less than 100%.

 

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