For general public students, EUCLID’s fee structure is as follows:

(1) Upon enrollment, students are charged a one-time non-refundable fee of €769 (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.


US dollar zone ($) | Euro zone (€)

Level US CH Per US Credit Total Credit Cost #
Master’s 36-40 US
$ 145
€ 125
$ 5,520
€ 4,500
Doctorate 55 ^
82.5 ECTS
$ 145
€ 125
$ 7,975
€ 6,875

^ 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 or

As a result, the approximate total cost of a EUCLID program is:

Degree Estimated Total
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.

Refund Policy

EUCLID will make refunds to students withdrawing from the certificate program pursuant to the following Tuition Refund Policy described below:

(1) All monies will be refunded if the student is not accepted by EUCLID, or if the student cancels within five calendar days after midnight of the day on which the Enrollment Agreement was signed.

(2) After this five-day period and up to and including the first 20 days of enrollment in the program, withdrawal will result in a refund of all monies paid, with the exception of the nonrefundable Initial Admission Fee.

(3) Because tuition is paid on a course by course basis, refunds are limited to courses paid but not started, or started less than 20 days prior to the date of the student’s intention to cancel/withdraw. For these courses, EUCLID will refund the student based on the following table:


Amount of coursework completed by student

Fees refunded to student

  • After one week of a standard course
80% of the tuition minus registration fee
  • After 2nd week of a standard course
60% of the tuition minus registration fee
  • After 3rd week of a standard course
40% of the tuition minus registration fee
  • After 4th week of a standard course
20% of the tuition minus registration fee
  • After 5th week of a standard course
no refund

Notice of the student’s intention to cancel/withdraw must be made in writing, by fax or letter. No refund can be made after the published time allowed for the completion of the program.


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