This page contains important information on how and when to pay tuition and other fees.
Schedule of Payment of Tuition and Enrollment Fees for 2019/2020 Academic Year
Payment deadlines for citizens from countries outside the EU/EEA area
Due to recent changes in the Hungarian immigration law, students who are citizens of a country outside the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) are required to pay the tuition fee and enrollment fee prior to submitting their visa application.
Payment deadlines for citizens of EU/EEA countries
Tuition and fees are payable in two installments:
- August 15, 2019 - 50% of tuition and fees, first installment for all students
- January 9, 2020 - 50% of tuition and fees, second installment for all students
Important note! In case of late payment, a late fee of 20 EUR will be charged per item.
Methods of Payment
1. ONLINE PAYMENT OF THE GENERAL DEPOSIT, ENROLLMENT FEE AND TUITION FEE
Initiate online payment of the General Deposit, Enrollment fee and Tuition fee via CEU's payment gateway here:
2. Wire transfers in EUR
Bank name: CIB Bank Zrt.
Bank address: 1027 Budapest, Medve utca 4-14. Hungary
SWIFT code: CIBHHUHB
Account name: Central European University
IBAN: HU07 11100104-18118463-12000007
Indicate your name and the type of fee/fees in the notice field before you start the transfer.
Any other methods of payment must be approved by the CEU Budget and Finance Office.
Contact: Tamara Bobor, Financial Assistant - Student Financial Issues
Conversion of Fees
For wire transfers or for online payments you can find the daily exchange rates below in the excel attachment (Hungarian National Bank Exchange Rates). Please note: you can change the data only in the blue cells. Enter that amount and currency you would like to convert next to the cell entitled "Osszeg". Go to the blue cell in row 6 (cell E) and choose the desired currency you would like to convert to. You may use this table if you want to make payments in a currency different from the one indicated in your Enrollment Confirmation Form. Always use the most current exchange rate.