TUITION
AND OTHER FEES

Find out the expenses
you will be expected to cover

Frederick University tuition fees are calculated per ECTS in order to ensure the fairest system for the students. Specifically, calculating the fees based on ECTS load ensures that student fees reflect the actual learning that the student obtains. Furthermore, through charging by ECTS, the student is provided with a clear and unambiguous way of calculating the tuition fees for his/her program of study; according to the Bologna Process that Frederick University follows, each academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS, irrespective of program, therefore the student knows exactly the expected tuition fees for the academic year and for the program as a whole.

In addition, you will not be charged extra fees for lab work, tutoring or support classes. Therefore, you will have a clear picture of your financial obligations for the entire duration of your studies.

Taking into account the financial uncertainty that has been caused by the coronavirus pandemic, we have decided to continue offering significantly reduced tuition fees for the academic year 2022-2023.

Undergraduate programs of study (conventional mode) DISCOUNTED FEES € / ECTS FOR FULL TIME STUDY (60 ECTS) €  
5-year Diploma Degree of Architect Engineer (Integrated Master) 140 8400  
5-year Diploma in Pharmacy 142 8520  
Bachelor of Laws (LLB) 130 7800  
BSc in Accounting & Finance 138 8280  
BSc in Automotive Engineering 140 8400  
BA in Business Administration 138 8280  
BA in Fashion and Image Design 130 7800  
BA in Interior Design 130 7800  
BA in Journalism and Media Communication 136 8160  
BA in Social Work 137 8220  
BA in Visual Communication 130 7800  
BEd in Pre-Primary Education 130 7800  
BEd in Primary Education 130 7800  
BSc in Civil Engineering 140 8400  
BSc in Computer Engineering 140 8400  
BSc in Computer Science 140 8400  
BSc in Electrical Engineering 140 8400  
BSc in Nursing 135 8100  
BSc in Maritime Studies 142 8520  
BSc in Mechanical Engineering 140 8400  
BSc in Physical Education and Sport Sciences 142 8520  
BSc in Psychology 137 8220  
Postgraduate programs of study (conventional mode) DISCOUNTED FEES € / ECTS FOR WHOLE PROGRAM (90 ECTS) €  
LLM in Maritime Law and Shipping Management 100 9000  
LLM in Public Law 100 9000  
MA in Educational Administration and Leadership 100 9000  
MA in Social Work and Social Administration 100 9000  
MA in Special Education 100 9000  
MA in Visual Arts 100 9000  
MEd in Adult Education 100 9000  
MEd in Educational Studies: Curriculum Development and Instruction 100 9000  
MSc in Advanced Health Care 100 9000  
MSc in Clinical Pharmacy 100 9000  
MSc in Conservation and Restoration of Historical Structures & Monuments 100 9000  
MSc in Education for Sustainable Development and Social Change 100 9000  
MSc in Electrical Engineering 100 9000  
MSc in Health Management 100 9000  
MSc in International Trade & Shipping Management 100 9000  
MSc in Manufacturing Engineering Design 100 9000  
Master of Business Administration (MBA) 100 9000  
MBA with Specialisation in Public Policy and Management 100 9000  
MSc in Energy Engineering 100 9000  
MSc in Marine Engineering and Management  100 9000  
MSc in Structural Engineering 100 9000  
MSc in Web and Smart Systems 100 9000  
Undergraduate programs of study (Distance Learning) DISCOUNTED FEES € / ECTS FOR FULL TIME STUDY (60 ECTS) €  
BA in Business Administration 105 6300  
Postgraduate programs of study (Distance Learning) DISCOUNTED FEES € / ECTS FOR WHOLE PROGRAM (90 ECTS) €  
LLM European Law 50 4500  
MA in Educational Administration and Leadership 66 5940  
MA in Special Education 66 5940  
MA/LLM in Maritime Law and Shipping Management  66 5940  
Master of Business Administration (MBA) 66 5940  
MBA with Specialisation in Public Policy and Management 66 5940  
MSc in Energy Engineering 66 5940  
MSc in Health Management 66 5940  
MSc in International Trade and Shipping Management 66 5940  
MEd in Adult Education 66 5940  
MEd in Educational Studies: Curriculum Development and Instruction 66 5940  
MEd in Intercultural Studies and Greek as a 2nd Language   -  4900*  
MSc in Community Health Care 66 5940  
MSc in Conservation and Restoration of Historical Structures and Monuments 66 5940  
MSc in Education for Sustainable Development and Social Change 66 5940  
MSc in Web and Smart Systems 66 5940  
 * The amount of €4900 for the program 'MEd in Intercultural Studies and Greek as a 2nd Language' covers all tuition fees (90 ECTS) and semester fees for three semesters.
Postgraduate Studies (PhDs) STANDARD FEES € / ECTS DISCOUNTED FEES € / ECTS DISCOUNTED FOR WHOLE PROGRAM (180 ECTS) €
School of Arts and Communication  108.33 67 12060
School of Business and Law   108.33  67 12060
School of Education and Social Sciences  108.33 67 12060
School of Engineering  108.33 67 12060
School of Health Sciences  108.33 75 13500

Students cannot drop or withdraw from a course(s) or terminate their studies at the University by merely stopping to attend. Students should follow the relevant procedure as described below:

Dropping or Withdrawing from a course(s)

A. Dropping a course(s) during the Drop Period
Students can drop a course(s) without any charge during the Drop Period – the first three weeks of the semester - assuming they remain active students. Active students are students who are enrolled to at least one course during the semester. Students wishing to drop a course(s) during the first three weeks of the semester they should contact their academic advisors.

A drop removes the course from the students’ schedules with no record of their enrolment in the particular course in their official transcript.

B. Withdrawing from a course(s)
Students requesting to drop a course(s) after the Drop Period will need to follow the Course Withdrawal Procedure. Students can withdraw from a course(s) during the fourth and fifth weeks of the semester. In such case they will be charged with a part of the tuition fees for the course(s) they withdrew from. Students wishing to withdraw from a course(s) during the fourth and fifth weeks of the semester they have to complete an official Course Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Studies and Student Welfare Service. The date of withdrawal will be considered to be the date on which the Course Withdrawal Form is received.

Course Withdrawal removes the specific course(s) from the students’ schedules and results in grades ‘W’ on their official transcripts. The grade of ‘W’ has no impact on the students’ Grade Point Averages - GPA.

Termination of Studies
Students wishing to terminate their studies at the University have to complete an official University Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Studies and Student Welfare Service. The date of withdrawal will be considered to be the date on which the withdrawal form is received.

Refund / Partial Charge Schedule
Apart from the tuition fees, which can be refunded / partially charged as per the below schedule, all other fees (application / registration etc.) are not refundable.

Week/Time of Withdrawal

Refund Schedule – Provided payment of the semester tuition fees has been made in full

Semester Tuition Fees Partial Charge- If payment of the semester tuition fees has not been made in full

Prior to the 1st day of the semester

100%

0

During the 1st week of the semester

90%

10%

During the 2nd week of the semester

80%

20%

During the 3rd week of the semester

70%

30%

During the 4th week of the semester

60%

40%

During the 5th week of the semester

50%

50%

During the 6th week of the semester

40%

60%

During the 7th week of the semester

30%

70%

During the 8th week of the semester

20%

80%

During the 9th week of the semester

10%

90%

After the 9th week of the semester

No refund

100%

Notes:

- For dates of academic year, fall and spring semesters, please see the academic calendar.

- The above schedule does not apply to the Summer Session.

No refund of tuition will be made for whatever reason to students who drop or withdraw from a course (s) or terminate their studies because they have been expelled, dismissed, suspended for disciplinary reasons, are denied visa on the basis of submitting fake documents or have committed any other unlawful act.

- International students (non/EU) should check in with the International Office before deciding to drop or withdraw from a course(s) because it may hold implications on their status - Student Visa.

- For international students (non/EU), the amount paid to the University as international student guarantee will be refunded after the University receives from the Cyprus Government Authorities confirmation for the cancellation of the student’s Cyprus entry or residence permit.

On campus students

Euro

Application Fee

€35 payable once

Registration Fee

€25 per semester

Student Activity Fee

€20 per semester

Technology Fee

€20 per semester

Late Registration Fee

€25

Transcript Fee

€5 per additional copy

Incomplete Make-up

€25

Graduation Application Fee

€55

Exam Waiver Fee

€25

Second Examination Fee

€80 per course

Transfer Credit Evaluation

€40

 

Distance Learning students

Euro

Application Fee (non-refundable)

€35 payable once

Semester Registration & Technology Fee

€100 per semester

Student Activity Fee €20 per semester
Late Registration Fee €25
Transcript Fee €5 per additional copy
Incomplete Make-up €25
Graduation Application Fee €55
Exam Waiver Fee €25
Second Examination Fee €80 per course
Transfer Credit Evaluation €40