Updated January 2016
For general public students, EUCLID’s fee structure is as follows:
(1) Upon enrollment, students are charged a one-time non-refundable fee of €720 (EU Countries and Euro-Zone) / $850 (North America and Dollar-Zone).
(2) Enrolled students may petition for credit equivalencies. There is a non-refundable USD40 (all currency zones) per credit fee to cover for the admission / faculty evaluation time required to assess the evidence submitted.
(3) As each course is started, students pay for their courses on a per credit basis.
PER CREDIT COST
US dollar zone ($) | Euro zone (€)
|Level||US CH||Per US Credit||Total Credit Cost #|
<span”>^ 90 credits of post-graduate studies after the bachelor’s represents the international standard for doctoral programs. 55 is based on a 35 credit-hour master’s degree in a matching field. Doctoral credits are obtained through regular courses capped by a 25 credit hour thesis.
Prospective students should add the initial enrollment fee + the residual cost of textbooks, materials and courseware to obtain a realistic estimate. Most textbooks can be obtained used and then resold on such sites as Amazon.com or ABEBooks.com
As a result, the approximate total cost of a EUCLID program is:
|Master’s||€/$ 6,000 – 7,000|
|Doctorate||€/$ 8,500 – 9,500|
Note: do not make any payments unless directed to do so by the Director of Admissions.