Tuition & Costs

Tuition and costs for summer programs

Tuition for the summer programs at The American University of Paris is calculated on a per-credit basis. You can choose to participate in any of our summer programs for university credit to transfer back to your home institution or you can participate as an "auditor".  Auditors attend the same classes but do not receive any official academic credit. Please note that all of these fees are for Summer 2023 and are subject to change.

 

Summer session tuition

  • To receive undergraduate credit: €1025/credit
  • “Auditor” tuition, for 3-week or 6-week undergraduate courses: €512.5/credit. 
Course Credit Load For Credit Tuition Audit Tuition
Undergraduate 4-credit course €4,100 €2,050

 

Additional fees

  • Orientation fee of €220
  • Course fee of €230/course for French Immersion
  • Course fees for Art courses are between €49 and €175. All other course fees vary between €15 and €175.

Tuition and fees listed here do not include summer housing or cultural study trips.

 

Payment deadlines

April 30th: Full payment due for courses beginning in June (i.e. 6-week and 3-week June session).

May 31st: Full payment due for courses beginning in July.

After April 30th: Full Payment should be made within three days after admission. Late fees may be applied for payment received after the deadline dates. You will receive your invoice once you have finalized your registration in your online checklist.

 

Refund policy

Summer Deadline Summer Refund
Prior to the first day of classes 100% *
After the start of classes 0%

*Does not include the €500 nonrefundable tuition deposit.

 

Summer Financial Aid information

The American University of Paris does not offer any financial aid to visiting students for the summer.

Non-AUP students (with U.S. nationality or U.S. permanent residency) who are degree-seeking at institutions that can certify and administer U.S. federal loans may be able to use them for AUP's summer program. You will need to contact the Financial Aid Office at your home institution in order to determine your eligibility for federal student aid. If needed, the AUP Financial Aid Office can complete a consortium agreement, but it must originate from your home institution. 

U.S. citizens and permanent residents who qualify may apply for a private Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan for all legitimate educational and living expenses during a summer program at AUP. This option also applies to non-degree seeking students. Please note that federal regulations prohibit AUP from administering U.S. federal loans (Subsidized or Unsubsidized Stafford or PLUS loans) for any student not working toward an AUP degree during the AUP summer program.

Current AUP students who are receiving an institutional financial award are eligible to receive this award for summer classes. The amount of the award will be adjusted (pro-rated) depending on the number of registered credits that the student is carrying.

As a U.S. student, you can continue to receive your U.S. loans as long as you are carrying a minimum 6-credit course load during the summer semester.