The tuition fees for academic year 2019/20 are listed in the table below. These do not include the Student Enrollment Fee, accommodation, and other living expenses.
|Master's Degree Programs/Coursework||Per Academic Year
|Master's degree programs (with the exception of those listed below as well as Mundus MAPP and MESPOM)||12,000 EUR||6,000 EUR|
|Master's degree programs in Legal Studies||13,000 EUR||6,500 EUR|
|Master of Public Administration||14,500 EUR||7,250 EUR|
|MS in Business Analytics||15,000 EUR||7,500 EUR|
|MS in Technology Management and Innovation||10,000 EUR||5,000 EUR|
|MS in Finance||12,000 EUR||6,000 EUR|
|Doctoral Programs||Per Academic Year||Per Installment|
|Doctoral programs (year 1)||15,000 EUR||7,500 EUR|
|Doctoral programs after comprehensive examination (year 2 and 3)||7,500 EUR||3,750 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Economics (first 18 months)||17,000 EUR||8,500 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Economics after comprehensive examination||8,500 EUR||4,250 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Legal Studies (SJD)||16,000 EUR||8,000 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Legal Studies after comprehensive exam||8,000 EUR||4,000 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Business Administration||20,000 EUR||10,000 EUR|
|Doctoral program in Business Administration after comprehensive exam||10,000 EUR||5,000 EUR|
Tuition Fees for Non-Degree Students
- 300 EUR per credit or audit for all credited master's courses
- 400 EUR per credit or audit for all credited doctoral courses
- 200 EUR per course for all 0-credit master's and doctoral courses
Student Enrollment Fee
All students are required to pay the student enrollment fee for the duration of their studies. The fee is a contribution to the institutional costs of the university.
|Type||Student Enrollment Fee|
|Master's students||EUR 200 per academic year|
|Doctoral students 1-3||EUR 250 per academic year|
|Doctoral student years 4-6||EUR 230 per academic year|
You are required to pay a general deposit of EUR 200 when you confirm that you accept your place of study at CEU. The deposit can be paid online via the Applicant Portal.
The general deposit is not refundable if you decide not to enroll. Once you enroll, it serves as a damage deposit for the length of your studies and will be refunded shortly before you leave, less any damage costs assessed or fees outstanding on your account.