Fees and Expenses
The amount of the tuition fee for the academic year 2013/2014 is €4300 (plus enrolment fee of €130). Tuition fees cover all courses of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation, both in the first and second semesters, and the field trip.
Successful applicants will receive a letter of admission and will be requested to pay the fees upon acceptance of the offer. Payments can be made via bank trasfer according to one of the following options:
- full amount within a maximum of two weeks from the date of the letter;
- two instalments: the first within two weeks and the second within one month from the date of the letter.
All applicants are requested to pay an application processing fee of €50 before submitting their application.
Students bear the responsibility to secure their full living and housing expenses prior to their arrival in Venice (estimated at a minimum of €750 per month). Students are responsible for their own accommodation both during first semester in Venice and second semester at the hosting university.
For the 1st semester in Venice, EIUC offers a housing facilitation service, which students are free to make use of. Please note that this service is offered on a good faith basis and free of charge, but is also subject to the restrictions of the local housing context and without guarantees of being able to provide ideal accommodation to all students. After the selection is completed and the list of students finalised, EIUC circulates information and details on apartments made available through its housing facilitation service, together with other useful links for independent house hunting. Depending on the choice of accommodation, the anticipated rent per each student could range from a minimum of 250 € to a maximum of 650 € per month, with utilities and condominium expenses ranging from 85 € to 250 € per month.
For the 2nd semester E.MA students have the whole responsibility for all accommodation arrangements. Accommodation costs vary depending on the second semester destination, due to the differences in the cost of living among European countries.